Belkin Clamp-On Surge Protector

There are a few main things that people are likely to focus on when buying anything: does it take up a lot space, how versatile is it and how accessible is it. If your product falls within a decent range on any of these fronts people are more likely to pick it up without even worrying about the cost. In my opinion the clamp-on surge protector from Belkin fills all these shoes nicely.


Save More Energy Bills with Belkin Energy Saver Surge Protector?

Common Surge protector allows only one main power switch for all the outlets. Belkin’s engineers tweaked the drawing board and came out with an energy saver surge protector. The new Conserve Surge Protector offers 8 outlets in which 6 of them can be turned off via a remote so you are able to shut off miscellaneous items on the ‘remoted’ outlets and keep the main 2 outlets on. The Popular Mechanics likes it so much, they picked the Belkins as Popular Mechanics’ Editor’s Choice Award at the CES 2008. The device is neither an automated nor a programmable outlets; it’s still rely on user to trigger the switcher, except with a remote this time. If you are a lazy person, it is not going to save your electronic bill.

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CES 2008: TuneStudio Best of Innovation Honoree

Belkin’s TuneStudio for the ipod 5th generation has a four channel audio mixer, the first one actually, that enables you to create high-quality digital recordings on your ipod. It’s going for $399.99.


Belkin’s RockStar hub allows for 5 listeners at once

Mine and my friends’ taste in music differs a lot. I don’t even know 5 people who’d enjoy my particular preferences, so the RockStar hub isn’t for me. It is a great thing though and I’m sure some people will eat it up.


Belkin Washable Mouse put through its paces

So there’s a guy over at GearLog, he got a Belkin Washable mouse. He must have instantly asked himself, “why is this thing billed as washable?”


Belkin and Kodak work together for Bluetooth adapter/software combo

This combo will hijack your pictures from your mobile phone whenever you walk within range. It doesn’t really hijack them, but it will copy them to your PC for you, no physical connection with your phone required.


Belkin 2 in 1 HDMI switcher

Belkin has the HDMI 2-in-1 switcher online for $49.99 in USA and Canada. Release date is set for Asia, Europe and Australia in March 2008. It supported 480i/p,1080i/p, 720p, HDCP compliant and come with a Remote control. No, it’s much of a news for a 2 in 1 hdmi switcher, I need at least 6 in my system. But what caught my attention is the ‘bus-powered’ feature claimed by Belkin with HDMI cable connected to your HDTV. Now, that’s cool. Having a remote control also means that you can use your universal remote to learn the code. Now you can have one remote for your whole system for switching varies sources if desired.

The Belkin HDMI(TM) 2-to-1 Video Switch Connects 2 HDMI Devices to Your HDTV [via newsobserver]

Belkin n52te SpeedPad – For the dedicated PC gamer

Gamers are constantly looking for new gear that will give them an edge. While some prefer to invest their money in a better graphics card or a faster CPU, others will make sure that they have the very best keyboard and mouse on the market. If you are one of those people, maybe you should check out the n52te SpeedPad from Belkin.


Belkin Network USB Hub – Wirelessly network any USB devices

Do you have a few devices that you like to have situated across the room from your PC? If so, you’ve likely found it difficult to connect them to your PC without stringing long cables. Belkin has finally released their solution tot this issue.


Belkin “Find Us A New Slogan” Contest Winner

The time has finally come for a winner to be announced. First lets list what they’ve won. The contents of this gracious prize pack from our wonderful sponsors at Belkin are as follows: a TuneBase™ FM Transmitter for Zune™ F8M026 and the TunePower® for Zune™ F8M027.


Belkin makes ad-hoc networking simple with Wireless-USB

Ad-hoc networking two computers together has undoubtedly gotten easier since I tried – and failed – to use a serial cable to do it many years ago, but anything that makes it foolproof has to be appreciated.  Belkin’s latest range of Wireless USB accessories might just manage that; while their range so far has concentrated on removing the cable between PC and peripherals thanks to a WUSB hub, these dongles should be a plug & play way to quickly link two computers.



Belkin’s WUSB Gets a Face Lift

Offering up full USB transfer rates of 480Mbps at distances of up to 30ft away this pretty little device’s usefulness often comes into question. But now that it is even sleeker looking than its predecessor it should be an easier sale.


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