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Dexim LED USB Cable lIlluminates Your Sync Process Indicating How Fast Your Device Is Charging » Geeky Gadgets

Dexim LED USB Cable lIlluminates Your Sync Process Indicating How Fast Your Device Is Charging » Geeky Gadgets | whats next for music format | Scoop.it
Dexim has created a new style of sync cable that adds a little more sparkle to the boring traditional sync and charging cables, currently available.

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UCube speakers run off USB, are coming to an Amtrak quiet car near you

UCube speakers run off USB, are coming to an Amtrak quiet car near you | whats next for music format | Scoop.it

You can use these USB-powered UltraLink UCube speakers on a bus, on the beach, or on the table at your favorite McDonald's, but please -- for the love of god -- don't.


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LaCie/Christofle's silver-plated USB key

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The latest case in point is the Galet USB key, the result of a collaboration between Parisian luxury brand Christofle and LaCie. Yes it's pretty, yes it's silver-plated, but will 4GB cut it in several years' time? ...


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1TB USB stick shoved into Swiss Army knife • The Register

1TB USB stick shoved into Swiss Army knife • The Register | whats next for music format | Scoop.it

"CES 2012 Victorinox is making a Swiss Army penknife with a 1TB USB stick inside it, claiming it's the world's highest USB stick capacity."

 

Who need an external Hard Disk then. :-)  @safegaard


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USB Memory Compartment Concept

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The memory concept allows to break your USB stick into compartments, allowing you to store different data on each.

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Beer-Filled USB Drive Guaranteed to Not Give You a Buzz

Beer-Filled USB Drive Guaranteed to Not Give You a Buzz | whats next for music format | Scoop.it
December 28th, 2011 by: Technabob Filling electronic gadgets with liquid just looks like a poor notion.

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Tiny USB-powered desk vacuum totally doesn\'t suck

Tiny USB-powered desk vacuum totally doesn\'t suck | whats next for music format | Scoop.it
Forgive the pun, but we feel that\'s the best way to describe this particular gadget: for only $19.99, a \\

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Ford USB Music Box brings USB functionality to older car models

Ford USB Music Box brings USB functionality to older car models | whats next for music format | Scoop.it
One of the drawbacks to owning an older car is that it probably does not come with the latest entertainment system with syncing of smartphones and what not.

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Free UndeleteMyFiles - restore accidentally deleted files from you HDD, USB Flash or SD Card

Free UndeleteMyFiles - restore accidentally deleted files from you HDD, USB Flash or SD Card | whats next for music format | Scoop.it
UndeleteMyFiles - restore accidentally deleted files from you HDD, USB Flash or SD Card

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USB 3.0 that much closer to standard on Intel PCs

USB 3.0 that much closer to standard on Intel PCs | whats next for music format | Scoop.it
USB 3.0 should become widely available next year as Intel builds support for the standard into its chips. Read this blog post by Brooke Crothers on Nanotech - The Circuits Blog.

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Why To Password-Protect Your USB Flash Drive? ~ Free Tips and Tricks...

Why To Password-Protect Your USB Flash Drive? ~ Free Tips and Tricks... | whats next for music format | Scoop.it

Regardless of what type of data you save on portable drives, it’s essential that you password-protect your portable data storage devices. Furthermore, it's a fact that security software developed by third parties is more reliable than software developed by manufacturers....


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Chocolate Bar USB Flash Drive

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This 4GB Chocolate USB Flash Drive works very well on your computer. It is a fun and convienent way to save all of your important documents whether you are at the office or at home. It is also a great gift for friends,family or even significant others so do not pass up this terrific offer!

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How to Plug In a USB Cable Correctly Every Time

How to Plug In a USB Cable Correctly Every Time | whats next for music format | Scoop.it
Somehow, even if we think we know which direction that USB cable is supposed to plug in, you always second guess yourself when it doesn't go in the first time.

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Poker Chip USB Flash Drive | Craziest Gadgets

Poker Chip USB Flash Drive | Craziest Gadgets | whats next for music format | Scoop.it

You’ve got to know when to hold ‘em, know when to fold ‘em, know when to walk away, know when to run. It’s a royal flush with this Poker Chip USB Flash Drive. Store your data in a poker chip.


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Asus Lamborghini USB 3.0 Portable Hard Drive

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We have already seen the Asus Lamborghini laptop and mouse and now Asus has launched another Lamborghini themed accessory for your computer, the Asus Lamborghini USB 3.0 portable hard drive.


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Logitech LGT- G35 USB Sound Surround Headset 7.1

Logitech LGT- G35 USB Sound Surround Headset 7.1 | whats next for music format | Scoop.it
Logitech G35 Surround Sound Headset ชัยชนะไม่เคยไพเราะขนาดนี้มาก่อน, กับเสียงเซอร์ราวด์ 7.1 po...
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USB Drives That Make You Jump Drive For Joy! @speider

USB Drives That Make You Jump Drive For Joy! @speider | whats next for music format | Scoop.it
A brief history of digital storage media culminating in a fun and pun filled showcase of a wide range of USB Drives on the market.

 

We all love gadgets and fun toys, so why not enjoy both? Can’t get enough Star Wars in your life?

 

Well, that’s your personal problem but you can keep your C3PO from having his memory wiped with a handy USB Drive all your own!

 

From donuts to sushi, from thumb-shaped thumb drives to Simpsons figures, you can take the fun with you.


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NeoFinder - USB HD CD Cataloger

NeoFinder - USB  HD  CD Cataloger | whats next for music format | Scoop.it
CDFinder is a powerful and very fast disk cataloging tool, reading metadata like EXIF, IPTC, JPG, TIFF, MP3, AAC (iTunes)

System requirements:
Mac OS X 10.5, 10.6, 10.7, or 10.8 (Mountain Lion)
Intel- or PowerPC-Macs

Product Technical Details:

Catalog: any hard disk, data folder, CD-ROM, DVD-ROM, Blu-ray, HD-DVD, iPod, Server Volume, Audio-CD, USB-Stick, FTP-Server, and morePower: Handle really large amounts of dataNetworkable: Share your NeoFinder database in your entire workgroup (requires a Business License)Cross-platform: with abeMeda (NeoFinder for Windows), you can use one database for both worlds!


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Szymon Mantey's curator insight, January 19, 2015 2:35 PM

bardzo fajny  programik ulatwiający sortowanie oraz  uporżadkuwujący dane na USB1 polecam!

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USB 3.0 Is Coming to Smartphones and Tablets

USB 3.0 Is Coming to Smartphones and Tablets | whats next for music format | Scoop.it
Upcoming smartphones and tablet devices will sport a USB 3.0-based microUSB connector by the end of 2012.

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Why Doesn’t Apple Use Micro-USB?

Why Doesn’t Apple Use Micro-USB? | whats next for music format | Scoop.it
With its new Lightning connector, why is Apple so resistant to adopt the micro-USB standard? Let’s take a look.

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How To Password Protect Your USB Stick: 3 Easy Ways

How To Password Protect Your USB Stick: 3 Easy Ways | whats next for music format | Scoop.it
USB thumb drives are small, portable, and can be read on any device with a USB port. These features make them the perfect vehicles to transport data between computers. Due to their portability, however, they are also easily lost.

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Toshiba Japan unveils USB 3.0 TransMemory-EX flash drive

Toshiba Japan unveils USB 3.0 TransMemory-EX flash drive | whats next for music format | Scoop.it
If you’re in the market for a new USB 3.0 flash drive, Toshiba may have something for you in the form of the TransMemory-EX, a new USB 3.0 developed by the Japanese company with read and write speeds of up [...]...

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USB Rechargeable Batteries Could Be The Greatest Invention Yet

USB Rechargeable Batteries Could Be The Greatest Invention Yet | whats next for music format | Scoop.it
Gone are the days when we carelessly throw away our batteries only to buy new ones. These USB rechargeable batteries are the ultimate solution.

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bancoideas's curator insight, March 5, 2013 4:02 PM

Pilas recargables mediante USB, genial!!!