This 2-in-1 Card Reader Cable is an SD (HC) reader and a mini-USB (2.0) cable combined. Plug into a USB device to charge and at the same time transfer data to your PC. At a length of about 90cm, it is compatible with SDHC / SD / MMC II / RS MMC / Ultra II SD / Extreme SD / Extreme III SD / MiniSD / T-Flash / MicroSD / MicroSDHC, although when the reader is working, the transfer function will be disabled. The cord is compatible with Windows 2000/XP/Vista and Mac OS 9.0 or higher at a price of a mere $12.00.
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You may look kind of creepy, but the Connect-A-Desk allows you to keep both hands free to type while walking or standing. The laptop harness and deck is a one-size-fits-all and is recommended for students, engineers, and others that never have enough time to sit. For those who do, the straps can be removed for a lap desk. At a size of 11 x 14-inches and a weight of 1.3 lbs, the device can fit in most computer bags and comes with a MSRP of $39.99.
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Yesterday the world’s smallest CMOS cam, today the claim to the mini-est mouse. The 2.4Ghz Wireless Mouse has a speed of 400/800/1600 dpi, 3200fps, can run for 21 days up to 70 hours, and supports Window ME/2000/XP/Vista, Mac OSX 10.2 or above (by USB.) At a size of 68 x 38 x 28mm and a weight of merely 32g, the Wifi peripheral comes in black or silver, has an included cable and an MSRP of $29.00.
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If you like your USB toys a bit less animated than the Tengu, you might consider the peacefulness of this little USB Owl. With a mini-weight of only 3.40kg, he blinks and rolls his eyes and rotates his head just like a real one, well almost. In case he doesn’t like just sitting on your tower or speaker, a tree-stump is provided. Pre-order this bit of wisdom for your cutesy USB creatures collection from Thumbs Up for £12.99 (~$26.00.)
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