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Here is something for anyone who is still using the old style USB 2.0 instead of the state of the art USB 3.0. The normal excuse for not upgrading to the latest USB format is cost, but technology has advanced so much that the price of a card reader based on USB 3.0 is now highly affordable. In fact, today the price is even better as the BESTEK USB 3.0 Card Reader Dual Card is on a special offer that will save the buyer around 30% on the normal $10 price. So for just $6.99 (£6.99)
you are able to get your hands on this super fast card reader, if there ever was a good enough reason to switch from USB 2.0 to USB 3.0 this must be it.
So, what’s the difference between USB 2.0 and USB 3.0? It’s easy to think of speed being the only difference, well the USB 3.0 format is 2.3 times faster than the earlier version, but it’s also compatible with all other versions of USB right back to 1.0, so there are no limits to what this device can be used for. It supports most Windows, Linux and Mac OS, the card reader works with TF or SD and it will support TF, SD, SDHC, SDXC and MMC cards being able to transfer data at a speed of 5.0 GBPS. Finally, its compact measuring up at 10.5 cm (L) x 2 cm (W) and it weighs in at just 41 grams, so it’s easy to carry around without getting in the way.
The normal price of the BESTEK USB 3.0 Card Reader Dual Card is $9.99, but it’s on offer at the moment at just $6.99, that’s a saving of 30%, which is not back when you are looking for a good bargain that offers the latest technology in your pocket!
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This is the OctoFire 8 Port USB 3.0 Hub, its super fast and pretty stylish too, which is exactly what you need from a USB Hub in the office or even at home. There are more devices than ever that require a USB port to plug into; the trouble is computer designers have been reducing the amount of ports in their designs. This means switching devices and cables around every time you need to plug in a different device, even if it’s only for charging. However, this Hub comes with eight 3.0 USB ports, which is enough to connect most of the devices needed at any one time.
The OctoFire Hub will be launching soon, but it can still be pre ordered at the moment from just $66.
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Charging a Smartphone or tablet in the car has always been available, but with Recharga, Inner Gravity, is planning to bring a bit of quality and style into this already busy market. The device provides the user with a full 3.1 amps power through both ports and that means you are not going to be hanging around for ages before being able to use the device again. It looks great too, finished in black and gold, it looks classy enough to suit any Apple device.
But don’t just take our word for it, have a look at what Andrew Shields, Inner Gravity’s co-founder and director, has to say about the Recharga dual port Apple device in car charging device, in a recent company press release;
The launch of recharga represents a major step forward in the area of accessories for the Apple iPhone and iPad, accessories which are MFi certified.
The Recharge device is available through Amazon right now with prices starting from £15 and rise up to around £25, either way this is one of the not to miss devices for anyone who spends a lot of time out in the car, but also need to use a tablet or Smartphone too.
Source: Release Wire
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Not everyone is going to want to have a speaker attached to his or her wrist, but when you see the Jambanz, you might change your mind about that. These are cool and trendy Bluetooth connected speakers with a slapband so not much effort is required to put it on and take it off. Because it uses Bluetooth, no cables are needed to connect the Jambanz to a Smartphone, tablet, MP3 player or other music player. It has a long lasting USB rechargeable battery and is a great alternative to wearing headphones, which can be dangerous if you are out and about near busy roads etc.
This is not just something that the kids are going to enjoy either, the Jambanz are useful for anyone who loves to listen to music no matter what they are doing, such as; walking, jogging, cycling or dancing, the great thing is that one size fits all with no adjustments needed. There are three colours to choose from, tangerine, kiwi and liquorice, but they are all interchangeable so the colour combinations available increase if you have two or three of these slapband speakers. The Jambanz are available right now with prices starting from just $29.50.
Technology is cool but a low battery alert is not and so we are constantly on the look out for something to help us out in these situations. The Energy+ backpack looks like it could be an interesting option for anyone who out and about with no access to mains power. First of all, it is a backpack with thirteen pockets and a massive 1450 cubic inches of space available. But the main reason for buying the Energy+ backpack is the 10,400 mAh battery pack and cable system.
It comes with USB ports and enough power to keep your gadgets going for a few days, which is all we ask for really. This backpack is well thought out though, with everything a gadget loving traveller is going to need such as; a trolley slot, full length zipper and enough room to house a 15.5 inch laptop. The Lithium Ion battery provides 10,400 mAh with a full battery charge time of around 7 to 8 Hours, which is enough to fully charge a smartphone four times or a tablet device once.
The charging is carried out through the two 1 Amp USB ports for charging phones and single 2.1 Amp USB port for charging the tablet device. So, what is the cost of such luxury? Well the Energy+ Backpack is available right now and is priced at around $200, which is not a high price for cutting edge design and technology.
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