From the monthly archives:

June 2010

Mickey USB Flash Drives From Buffalo

by Johan on June 30, 2010

You are lucky if you are living in Japan, because Buffalo has recently rolled out the Buffalo RUF2-DJ series of USB flash drives in that country. Available in black, white, and red, this fancy Flash disk provides a 4GB and 8GB of storage capacities. There is no word on pricing so far, so stay tuned. Read more

Casio CD/DVD Title Printer

by Johan on June 30, 2010

The Casio CD/DVD Title Printer puts titles directly onto discs for a studio-produced appearance that is permanent and safe. This thermal printer creates up to 16 lines in any of 18 alphanumeric or four graphic preset formats at 200dpi. The gadget has a large LCD that shows up to 12 characters at once. If you are interested, you can purchase the Casio CD/DVD Title Printer for $129.95. Each purchase comes equipped with 10 blank CDs, one black ink ribbon and 8 AA batteries. [Product Page via RedFerret]

Solar Mini Speaker Charger

Nothing can be worse than running out of juice for your speaker on a summer day while you are trying to relax outside. That is where this Solar Mini Speaker Charger comes in really handy. Even better is the fact that it can save unused energy in it’s lithium ion battery so you can use it later in places where the sun isn’t shining. The fact that it can charge your cell phone or other portable device is just icing on an already delicious cake. [7Gadgets]

LE Stealth Robot 2GB USB Flash Drive

by Johan on June 30, 2010

The Limited Edition Stealth Robot 2GB USB flash drive is made of a soft rubber and has articulated arms and head, so you can actually play with it. And when you need to store some data, just pull the Limited Edition Stealth Robot 2GB USB Drive’s torso off and plug it into any USB port. The Limited Edition Stealth Robot 2GB USB flash drive retails for $39.99. [ThinkGeek]

Plantronics Audio 646 DSP Headphones

Plantronics has just unveiled their new USB behind the ear headphones on the Korean market known as the Audio 646 DSP and will adopt DSP (Digital Signal Processing) technology. If you are unfamiliar with the technology, it improves noise canceling by blocking out low frequency noise so that conversations sound much more clear and crisp. This will be a perfect headset for anyone who talks a lot while playing video games online. [AVING]