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 Don’t like donuts? How about some fortune cookies then?

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The latest in the “Freshly Baked” series of USB flash storage devices from Vavolo, the fortune cookies come in  1GB ($29.99) and 2GB ($49.99).

These are nice presents for upcoming Christmas

This wine bottle USB drive packs Open Cellar wine cellar management software, a screensaver / wallpaper and wine-influenced ringtones onto 1GB of internal storage, all for around €35 ($50)

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And a MIXA USB tape, something to remember. You can take black or white 1GB tape, add on any design they choose and have £19.99 ($41) to have it shipped anywhere in the world.

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What are your favorite donuts? Mine are chocolate, but strawberry and, maybe mint of pistachio are also available. Check out these little USB flash drives from Vavolo.

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Remember that posh diamond flash drive by St. Dupont? Now it’s not only one in this market.

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Bissol’s 4 GB flash drive weights around 0.1 ounce, and makes it’s presence felt because it is available in either original brass or nickel-plated finishes. This ReadyBoost-compatible drive is machined in the same way as traditional Swiss watches are.

Bissol 4 GB flash drive costs $260 and it’s available online.

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Posted March 30th, 2007 in Peripherals

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Belkin has introduced a new and really cool line of in desk hubs specially for that strange round holes in the desks. The trio of products includes two USB hubs and an iPod Dock. The first USB hub is a four port called the Front-Access In-Desk USB Hub and comes with a power adapter. The second USB hub is called the In-Desk USB Hub and uses the same three inch design as the other USB hub but the ports are flat rather for easy reach. The final hole product from Belkin is the In-Desk dock for iPod which is an iPod dock.

Great move.

plantronicsdspusb.jpgThe Plantronics .Audio 550 DSP headset are totally USB powered and require no external power adapter to operate. Digital Trends gave the headphones 7 out of 10 and said the lows were poor portability, uncomfortable for extended use and they won’t work with MP3 players. Highs were excellent sound and mic performance with gaming and VoIP.

Volume is controlled via an in-line volume control. The headphones are available now and price is set at $119.95.

energy.jpgSony Energy LINK USB portable power supply and adaptor comes with two AA rechargeable Cycle Energy batteries, which connects regular alkaline batteries and the NiMH rechargeable batteries. It fully charges in about 3 hours. The triple function of Sony USB portable power supply as a power adaptor, portable power supply and battery charger is the first of its kind to be combined into one device. The new power supply is compatible with most USB-compatible MP3 players, mobile phones and other USB-powered devices.

The Sony Energy LINK will be available early this summer for a price of about $35.

Posted February 28th, 2007 in Mobile Phones

u900_g2.jpgThe U900 model is one of the upcoming Linux-phones line. This nice little baby has UMTS 3G support. The phone is supported with a 2″ QVGA (240×320 pixels), 262K color display screen and a 2MP CMOS camera (with flash). It supports most multimedia formats like MP3, AAC, JPEG, GIF, BMP, etc.

Plus video playback. There’s a whole 100MB of memory for users and a microSD expansion slot. Connectivity specs include Bluetooth and USB support. Other features - FM Radio, Front camera for video conferencing, WAP and HTML browsing and GPRS. The phone is powered by a Li-Ion 1000 mAh battery and provides with talk time of 2.5 hours.

It sounds really promising.

buffalo2_1.jpgBuffalo corp Japan has announced the Tiny Collection of USB Flash drives. The USB 2.0 flash drive is compatible with Windows and Mac OS as well and will offer 512 MB of storage. Three Disney characters starting with Mickey Mouse steering a mouse, Winnie the Pooh gobbling Honey and Stitch riding the waves. There will be only 5000 units of each figure so you’d better be in a haste to buy them.

The drives will be available in Japan from February 22 for 3980 Yen ($ 33).

hello-kitty-usb-footwarmers.jpgAt last, in the middle of winter we have something to keep our happy feet warm.

And if it was my will - all of quite useless-bit-fun peripherals would be Hello Kitty.

So girlish and would help Hello Kitty to conquer the world.