Buffalo Japan has unveiled a DVD SuperMult -i DVSM-U24FBS, capable to record up to 24x DVD±Rs and offer as well basic up-scaling of any video DVDs in 1080/60p.
Thanko Japan announces their latest innovation – a USB -> HDMI&DVI video output adaptor. At a price of 9800 yen and available now, it offers users without HDMI or DVI output with the capability of video output. Read on to find out the details
(Century Japan) We have seen laptop docking stations but have yet to see one proper dock for netbooks. Don’t be sad, netbook lovers as Century might have the answer for you. Century’s All-In-One dock “CNBS-BK-ODD” includes the fitting just nice for your favorite netbook and features a pop-up fan to help with cooling, 8x DVD-writer,
(TEC Japan) Lingo is TEC’s latest innovation in creating a mini wireless mouse which is set for a tentative release in Mid June this year. Retail price is not set although it is expected to retail around 5000 yen
(Akihabara News) Have a desktop but yearn for a trackpad, Filco has the solution. The SmarkTrack Neo is an external USB trackpad that supports multi gesture movements.
Microsoft unveiled a cheaper version of the SideWinder series, the X3 Mouse to be retailed at $39.95. The mouse features a 2,000 dpi laser-tracking engine with on-the-fly dpi switching between high, medium and low sensitivity. It has five programmable main buttons that are customizable to gamers’ preferences and tested for extreme gaming, with the main button life
Logitech Singapore has introduced their Cooling Pad N100 and Notebook Riser N110 which are designed to make mobile computing more comfortable for users at home. Both the N100 and N110 will be available this month at SGD39 each.
(Impress) Kensington’s Slimblade Trackball is one the latest trackball devices with a slimline design. With dimensions of 132×150×30mm (width × depth × height, excluding the ball), the slimblade trackball weighs 303grams.
OCZ unveiled two new mice, the Behemoth and Eclipse ideal for users seeking an inexpensive gaming solution. Both the Behemoth and Eclipse offer the ability to fine-tune the optimal balance of the mouse with the included weight cartridges. Each mouse supports data-upload to the on-board memory, providing “plug and play” settings.
Sharkoon has added a new laser mouse to its Rush series. The FireGlider Gaming Mouse has a glossy flame design featuring 6 programmable buttons, weight tuning system, non-slip black thumb pad and Teflon mouse feet. Its ADNS-6010 sensor has a maximum resolution of 3600 DPI (7080 fps) and can handle acceleration speeds of up to 20 Gs. Available immediately from authorized retailers for
(Akibahara News) This stylish headphones by Thanko is not just your normal headphones but rather, it comes with a built in MP3 player. Versatile and compact, no more worries of your mp3 player dropping out of your pockets or having an uneasy feeling of a strapped player while running. Lets look at the specifications.
TRENDnet today announces the launch of the Wireless N Internet Camera Server with 2-Way Audio, model TV-IP512WN. It will begin shipping May 1st. The MSRP for the Wireless N Internet Camera Server with 2-Way Audio is US $249.99
This slim keyboard is a thing in Japan, the TK-FCP004 is a product by Elecom and available in 3 colors.
Engadget reports that Gigabyte’s GM-M8000 laser gaming mouse, which has a 4,000dpi sensor, a switching button with five other programmable buttons, an ergonomic design and a trio of profiles for storing different macro settings for different titles or users. Hopefully, we will get to see more reviews about this elegant mouse in CeBIT as Gigabyte
OCZ introduces Illuminati backlit keyboard offering multimedia consumers a host of features including rubber coated keys, 14 quick launch keys to better access to multimedia, and the choice of two backlit colors (red and blue). The keys are expected to last over 5 million cycles, and comes with 2 years warranty.
Razer™ unveiled Mamba™, a high precision wireless laser gaming mouse, and the Razer Carcharias™, a circumaural audio headset. Mamba cost US- $129.99; Europe- €129.99 available from February 2009 while Carcharias cost US- $79.99; Europe- €79.99 available in Jan, 2009.
Tai-Chi S, latest passive notebook cooler invention from Thermaltake, was designed base on the concept of chimney effect (Tunnel Effect). Through the hollow aluminum extrusion tunnels, the cold air is guided inward. Relatively, the hot air exhausts through the holes on top of Tai-Chi S, effectively dissipate heat without the usage of fan.