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Sonic-connect 2 lets you step away from the desk and stay informed

Sonic-connect 2 lets you step away from the desk and stay informed

If you're the sort of person who has a need to be connected to a computer at all times but you don't want to have to sit in front of it constantly, you might be interested in the Sonic-connect 2. This device is a portable USB gadget that plugs into your computer and can alert you of incoming messages from a variety of sources. The Sonic-connect 2 is able to keep an eye on different types of messages.

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Thanko unveils a new USB-powered air purifier

Thanko unveils a new USB-powered air purifier

It has been several months now since we talked about a bizarre USB-powered product from Thanko. Last time out it was a hairbrush that automatically misted your hair with water as you brush. The new product from the purveyor of strange gadgets this time is a USB-powered UV Air Purifier.

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Pyle Retro Belt-Drive Turntable brings USB-recharge mobile

Pyle Retro Belt-Drive Turntable brings USB-recharge mobile

This week the folks at Pyle have revealed another masterpiece in their ever-growing line of turntable devices - keeping the classic art of vinyl records on the minds of the public while the connect with next-wave technology. This newest iteration of the Pyle vision is the Retro Belt-Drive Turntable, made to be your fold-away solution for spinning your favorite vinyl-plated favorites on the go.

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Wacom unveils new DTU-1031 pen display

Wacom unveils new DTU-1031 pen display

Wacom has been making all sorts of pen tablets for artists and other users for a long time. The latest product from the company is a bit different than some of its other offerings and is called the DTU-1031. Rather than being a blank piece of plastic that you can draw or write on that forces you to look at your computer display to see what you're putting down, this is an actual touchscreen monitor.

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Valentines cards gain video screens in Printing in Motion/Spreengs joint effort

Valentines cards gain video screens in Printing in Motion/Spreengs joint effort

This week the folks at Printing in Motion and their sister-company Spreengs are letting the world know that you may be seeing a very thin video screen in your Valentine's Day card thanks to them. In addition to adding very small screens to greetings cards, Printing in Motion works with groups like Mercedes to add displays to brochures for high-powered vehicles. Spreegs concentrates on the consumer end of the spectrum, making it their mission to create the greatest greeting cards on earth - all through a simple USB interface!

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Inrete Automatica in-vehicle smart USB device now shipping

Inrete Automatica in-vehicle smart USB device now shipping

Back in December of 2012, we mentioned an interesting new automatic USB device designed to get all your favorite audio content into your vehicle called Automatica. At the time, the device was up for pre-order and if you were intrigued by the automatic USB gadget that automatically syncs all your favorite audio content to your car the device is now shipping. The gadget is available right now for $99.

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Google taps Yubico for password USB rings of the future

Google taps Yubico for password USB rings of the future

This week it's been revealed that Google is getting pumped up about working with the company known as Yubico with intentions of creating a sort of "Password Key" that exists in a USB plug around your finger. The report that's about to be published in IEEE Security & Privacy Magazine is bringing word from Google Vice President of Security Eric Grosse and Engineer Mayank Upadhyay on not just the key, but a variety of ways they see online account security working in the future. Are you ready to trust your online life to the ring around your finger?

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MiPow Power Cube 8000M hands-on

MiPow Power Cube 8000M hands-on

This week we got the opportunity to have a peek at a collection of devices from MiPow, not least of them the Power Cube 8000M. This device is a relatively massive 8000mAh rechargeable battery able to bring your devices multiple charges over the span of its own full charge life. The entire unit is 92 x 92 x 17 mm and has a direct charging time of 8-10 hours.

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Dell Project Ophelia slaps Android in a USB computer for cloud-based joy

Dell Project Ophelia slaps Android in a USB computer for cloud-based joy

Dell may have ditched its Android phone plans, but it's still kicking Google's OS around, with the new Dell Wyse Project Ophelia USB computer relying on Android to turn any display into a PC or cloud gaming system. Slightly larger than a memory stick, Project Ophelia plugs into the USB port on compatible TVs or monitors and boots into a customized cloud-centric interface, remotely accessing your Windows PC and allowing you to view and edit all of your usual files. However, Dell also suggests that it could make for a great personal cloud gaming system, echoing features from OnLive and NVIDIA's new Project SHIELD.

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