Those who are resourceful enough can keep empty bottles and use them either for storing water, as flower vases or as personalized items for display. Others prefer to display them as they are in the mini bar; after all, they used to contain expensive liquors. But here’s a better way to recycle your empty bottles, especially those which are noticeably attractive. The Satechi Touch USB LED Lamp will change the way you look at those empty containers.
U.S. software designer firm, Satechi, recently introduced the Satechi Touch LED Lamp, a bus-powered home appliance that can fit into almost any bottle and can be best placed in the bedroom. Flaunting a sophisticated design, the white color of this USB table lamp enables it to match with bottles of any color. Change the bottle depending on your mood, or replace it every day just for variety. For as long as the neck of the bottle is wide enough to accommodate the lamp, you can change bottles as many times as you please.
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Ultrabooks and netbooks are great for mobile users, such as business professionals and travel nomads. But, when it comes to presentation, whether for a meeting of professionals or just a group of friends, the compact size of ultrabooks and netbooks work against them. Generally small screen sizes and a limited number of ports for accessories and peripherals, USB or otherwise, make it difficult to see share details or create a favorable viewing experience. To remedy this, Philips and Multimedia Displays (MMD) have partnered up to develop and release a monitor that acts as a “docking display”: the Philips USB Docking Monitor 231P4UPES.
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“Beauty is not what you see, it is what you dream.” With a motto like that, you can maybe get the idea that things can take a lavish turn very quickly when Shawish Geneva is involved. The Swiss jeweler, which specializes on intricate and extravagant jewelry pieces, recently unveiled a 150-carat diamond ring creation made completely out of diamonds. That’s a serious feat of artistry and technology, and you would expect nothing less from a jeweler that takes the meaning of luxury very seriously. Here, Shawish luxury once again takes form but in a technology-friendly twist. Without further ado, it’s time to get acquainted with the jeweler’s magic mushroom collection, a series of USB flash drives that can run up your bank account in the same way a high-class sports car can.
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Are you looking for high definition video streaming? How about barcode detection in both two- and three-dimensions? Something with USB 3.0 specifications? It seems hard to reconcile these features with one another and come up with one single, tangible product, but e-con Systems Inc. has managed to marry all those features and more with the “world’s first UVC compliant USB 3.0 camera,” the See3CAM_10CUG.
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Google Chrome has a lot of fans. Thanks to its usually seamless and fast web browsing experience, many users flock to it as the preferred web browser. As a matter of fact, StatCounter released sometime in February that Google Chrome alone took up 37% of the usage share among web browsers in the global scale. Well aware of Google Chrome’s performance and popularity is ADATA. In order to get the benefits of collaboration with a web giant like Google, the company has announced that four of its USB flash drive models will carry “powered by Google” logos.
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