The SATA HDD Multi-Media Player Adapter connects your 2.5 or 3.5-inch SATA hard disk to your PC via USB. It will transfer, backup and clone files. It also serves as a stand alone multi-media player via SATA HDD, SD(HC) card or external USB storage on TV. Don’t stop there as you can share videos and photos with HDMI output. Compatible with both Macs and PCs, you can get your own multi-use adapter for $69.00.
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If you cannot afford an iPod, the Chinese company itoos offers a less expensive alternative. The T68HD PMP features a 4.3-inch 800x480 display, supports external memory and has TV-out and FM tuner. It plays 720p HD video and support for RM/RMVB and AVI video files. Choose between 4 and 8GB models. The 8GB carries a price tag of 599 Chinese Yuan ($88.00,) less for the 4GB version.
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Skype 3.0 Beta for Windows Mobile is now available. You can download it on your phone or PC and transfer it later to your Windows Mobile Professional or Standard phone version 5, 6 or 6.1. After download, you can call, IM and send files with its new user interface. Compatible with Pocket PC, Classic or Professional, Smartphone and standard devices, you will need a minimum of 12MB memory on your device or 6MB on a card. A WiFi connection is recommended for best quality.
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We have shown you a few mini-projectors this year, including the minute Microvision SHOW. Now 3M has unveiled their MPRO110, a battery operated device that can project movies, photos or files. It is compatible with laptops, iPods, digital cameras and mutimedia cell phones with an extra cable. The MPRO features LED technology and can get up to 10,000 hours of use. At a size of 11 x 5 x 2cm, it can fit into your pocket or backpack. The projector carries a MSRP of around $359.00.
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If you want more than the usual amount of storage in a USB drive, Super Talent Technology has a new Luxio line of flash drives that offer up to 64GB of storage, which equals out to about 20,000 6 megapixel photos. At a size of 8 x 3 x 0.4-inches, the drives come in black, silver or woodgrain. All three feature AES-256 hardware encryption, an LED power/busy light, and compatibility with both 1.1 and 2.0 USB. The 64GB Luxio is available for $149.00 with an included leather case. Sixteen and 32GB versions are also available.
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If you are a subscriber of Bloglines, you may have noticed the frequency of red exclamation marks and error messages. This is what is known as a broken system. They are no longer updating some of the feeds. We understand that they have received numerous complaints and whining, but our solution is to switch to another RSS reader, a simple enough process. Click “Export” on the bottom left, save the opml file and import it to the reader of your choice. In an Internet that has so many choices, we are allowed to say, “We’re mad as hell and we’re not going to take it anymore.”
Update: It would appear that all that whining helped. Many of the feeds are updating again, however we are going to keep our backup feed all the same.
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We really like the looks of the JetFlash V20 USB Flash Drive. With its pearlescent chassis and color band that lights up, store all your files, music, images and videos. It is compatible with Windows Me/2000/XP, Mac and Linux, so you can transfer your data to any or all three. And it will hold 64GB in all, which to us is not too shabby. Contact Transcend for price and availability.
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Thanks to an agreement between Yahoo and Adobe, PDFs will no longer be advertisement-free. Legally termed “Ads for Adobe PDF Powered by Yahoo,” it is currently in its beta phase. The ads will be located on an adjacent panel and if clicked will open a new window. So far the service is only being used for pay-per-click text and is free for publishers, who can also block up to 200 urls if they don’t want it on selected files. On the upside, readers may now be able to obtain files that were formerly available for a charge or not provided online.
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