USB 3.0

Eminent HD EM7195 twin-tuner DVR & network streamer revealed

Eminent HD EM7195 twin-tuner DVR & network streamer revealed

Eminent has outed its latest STB media player, the Eminent HD EM7195, a twin digital tuner model with USB 3.0 and network connectivity. Built around a pair of DVB-T Freeview tuners and Realtek's new RT1183 DD C+ chipset - reportedly allowing for faster UI and EPG navigation - the HD EM7195 can record two shows simultaneously as well as stream network content.

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Kingston Outlines USB 3.0 Product Roadmap at CES 2011

Kingston Outlines USB 3.0 Product Roadmap at CES 2011

Kingston has announced their plans for USB 3.0, and how the company plans to leverage the technology with a plethora of new products they will release in 2011. Making the announcement at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the company has dedicated their products to USB 3.0, and plan on releasing devices that range in usage for prosumers, consumers, and enthusiasts alike.

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Samsung Professional External Hard Drives Offer Up USB 3.0 Connectivity

Samsung Professional External Hard Drives Offer Up USB 3.0 Connectivity

In addition to their consumer grade drives, Samsung has also announced their professional series of external USB 3.0 hard drives. The drives will be the industry first DDR DRAM memory module and will consume 40-percent less power and offer transfer speeds of up to 3.2 Gbps.

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Iain Sinclair Poco Pro camera promises the works: 1080p HD, 14MP in a tiny form-factor

Iain Sinclair Poco Pro camera promises the works: 1080p HD, 14MP in a tiny form-factor

With cellphone cameras improving all the time, point-and-shoots have to aim high if they want to stand out of the crowd. Iain Sinclair's Poco Pro certainly makes plenty of promises; tipped to launch in Q2 2011 for a bargain £200 ($308) or thereabouts, there's a 14.6-megapixel sensor, 1080p HD video capture, a 2.4-inch AMOLED preview display and a microUSB 3.0 port for data and option HDMI output, all in a credit-card sized black-anodized magnesium chassis.

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Digital Storm’s new xm15 Laptop Switches Between Video Cards Automagically

Digital Storm’s new xm15 Laptop Switches Between Video Cards Automagically

Behold, a new computer from Digital Storm. This is the xm15, a sweet light notebook utilizing NVIDIA's Optimus Hybrid Technology. Its speedy and excellent they say, not least of all because of its GT 425M 1GB video card and the hybrid technology which allows it to switch between its two graphic processors automatically and completely seamlessly so there's no interruption in operation.

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Sharkoon Flexi-Drive Extreme Duo breaks cover

Sharkoon Flexi-Drive Extreme Duo breaks cover

Sharkoon has unveiled a new flash drive for geeks looking for all out speed for this storage devices. The new drive is called the Flexi-Drive Extreme Duo and it promises some very fast read and write speeds. The little flash drive has read and write performance of up to 130MB/s.

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Patriot Memory launches Supersonic USB 3.0 drive

Patriot Memory launches Supersonic USB 3.0 drive

Patriot Memory has announced the launch of a new USB 3.0 drive that is crazy fast and uses a single chip inside. The new flash drive is called the Supersonic and works with the USB 3.0 interface on computers today. The flash drive has a quad channel architecture and is very small and light.

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Flix on Stix Skips the DVDs, Puts Movies on Your USB Flash Drive

Flix on Stix Skips the DVDs, Puts Movies on Your USB Flash Drive

While going into a store and finding a DVD or Blu-ray to rent may not be what's popular anymore, other services like Netflix and Hulu are seeing quite the attraction, thanks to the fact that you don't actually have to go anywhere other than your computer, TV, or maybe as far as your mailbox to watch a movie. Then, there's services like Redbox that allow you to rent a movie for cheap, on a daily rate, and then return it back to the kiosk when your'e finished with it. But, Flix on Stix wants to take that idea, and make it a bit more useful for those who may not want an actual DVD to take home, or have to worry about returning it.

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NewerTech USB 3.0 Universal Drive Adapter makes any drive an external storage solution

NewerTech USB 3.0 Universal Drive Adapter makes any drive an external storage solution

I have a bunch of old HDDs that are crammed into drawers in my desk because I didn't want them in my computer and they are packed with data that I don't want to just throw them away. I could get an external enclosure for them so I can get the data and use the drives, but I don't want another enclosure on my desk.

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Teeny Tiny Portable Harddrives from Verbatim

Teeny Tiny Portable Harddrives from Verbatim

Here's a few super cute (or super manly, if you like) harddrives coming out from the fine folks at Verbatim. They are the Acclaim, the Wallet Drive, the Store ‘n’ Go® SuperSpeed USB 3.0 compact portable hard drive, and the TUFF-‘N’-TINY™ USB flash drive. The Acclaim is palm sized, sleek, aesthetically nice, and features USB Turbo Speed for super-fast data transfer. Pre loaded with backup software for file, folder, and complete backup and recovery, comes in 320 and 500GB for their Fire Engine Red and Electric Blue versions. For their Piano Black finish version, they offer 320, 500, 640GB and 1TB. From there, they just keep getting smaller.

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Iomega eGo 1TB USB 3.0 HDD Review

Iomega eGo 1TB USB 3.0 HDD Review

We're spoiled for choice when it comes to external hard drives, and given a large number of people base their decision primarily on price-per-gigabyte, a manufacturer has to offer something compelling if they want to stand out from the crowd. Iomega's latest eGo drive offers both 1TB and USB 3.0, complete with a semi-ruggedized chassis. Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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LaCie Starck Mobile USB 3.0 hard-drive is 500GB of curvy storage

LaCie Starck Mobile USB 3.0 hard-drive is 500GB of curvy storage

LaCie has outed its latest external hard-drive, and rather than use regular designer Neil Poulton, they've handed the crayons over to Philippe Starck. The LaCie Starck Mobile USB 3.0 is, as the name suggests, a USB 3.0 drive, with 500GB capacity and a 2mm-thick aluminum shell.

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