Some of you might remeber that anti slip gadget holder with USB hub that we covered here at GeekAlerts last month. A new version is now available, featuring a USB card reader.
Looking for an alternative to the previously covered Retro USB Microphone and the Retro Wireless USB Microphone? Here’s a new retro computer mic that might be just the ticket.
This might not be the most comfortable mousepad out there, but on the other hand, it will provide you with a soft blue light, a 10 digit calculator, and a 3-port USB hub.
This cow inspired USB 2.0 compliant “moody” hub allows you to connect up to four of your favorite gadgets to the available ports while it is illuminating in blue, red and green.
The popular Tengu, a USB guy that will sing along to any music you’re playing after you have plugged him into your computer, is now available in an updated Tengu Allstars series.
If you enjoy gadgets with a design inspired by a certain kind of bird, like this optical mouse, this radio and these earbuds, then this USB memory should be right up your alley.
It looks like the Baby Panda USB Flash Drive and the Human Skull USB Drive has a common cousin. Say hello to the 2GB panda skull USB drive from Solid Alliance.
This USB webcam comes with a built-in microphone and six bright white LED lights. This allows you to use the web camera without any problems in low light conditions.
This USB 2.0 compliant 4-port hub doubles as a solar charger. Six included adapters allows you to charge just about any cell phone, MP3 player or other digital product available.
If you enjoy flower inspired gadgets like the rose microphone and fan, then you might want to take a closer look at this 4-port USB hub that has been designed to look like red tulips.
Tiny gadgets are popping up like mushrooms on a rainy day. Yesterday we wrote about this DV Camera and this USB Microwave Oven – both the smallest in the world. And today we have this new and ultra slim foldable USB web camera.
This new USB keyboard comes with 87 keys, 18 hot keys, a built-in high precision multi-Touch touchpad and it works wirelessly from distances of up to 10 meters.
The keypad with cover and the keypad with trackball have already been invented, so what to do next? Of course, let’s throw in a spacebar instead and we’re ready to launch.
As a follow-up to the other successful(?) USB flash drive jewelries, like the rose and the owl, a new necklace model has now been released. This time it comes in the shape of a guitar.
If you don’t want your nosey friends or co-workers to be able to see what top secret figures you are entering at your computer, this new USB keypad with cover might be just the ticket.
123smile, the creator of the cool Duplo USB Webcam and the R2-D2 USB Flash Drive LEGO Figure, has now come up with a tiny 1GB USB stick made from a 1×2 LEGO brick.
Remember the Mad Devil USB Flash Drive that we wrote about late last year? It turns out that he’s got a mummy cousin that can carry up to 8 gigabytes of your most important files.
Can you handle another USB gadget that looks like something you could eat? I’ll make it short. It’s a 4-port USB 2.0 compliant hub that looks like a potato.
This handy little device comes with four different GPS functions for the price of one: a GPS receiver, a location finder, a data logger and a photo tagger.
The super-tiny trend continues and here is the latest example that shows us all that small gadgets is still a big thing: the 800 dpi USB mini trackball.