Elecom has released a new mini Bluetooth 3.0 keyboard – TK-FBP052. It is powered by only 1x AA batteryand features a 2.4GHz radio frequency (works up to 10 meters), 74 keys and is compatible with Bluetooth 3.0 enabled devices such as iPad, iPhone, PS3, Mac PC and Windows PC. Elecom will start to ship this out in early this month for 4,830 Yen (about $57). You can choose from black or white.
It’s rare to see flexible keyboards nowadays, but the Brando Flexible keyboard is not your ordinary flexi-keyboard. Its Bluetooth enabled too, which means you can link it to your iPhone or iPad. It has a build-in rechargeable battery, with 85 keys and 5 build-in keys for mobile phone functions including switch, menu, SMS, cancel, and OK button. This shows that Brando is serious to hit this into the smartphone market. What’s more, this flexi-keyboard is also waterproof and dustproof, and only cost you $40.
[Brando via Techfresh]
Enermax has released a new notebook cooler named Aeolus N14. It measures 220mm x 270mm x 45mm and weighs 500 grams. The Aeolus N14 support all notebooks up to 13.3-inch and it is equipped with a honeycomb steel mesh, five rubber stands and a 140mm fan that boasts four blue LED lights. The Aeolus N14 is available now for 21.90 Euro (about $28).
With Casio CD printer, you no longer need the marker. It writes on your CD with thermal energy with five different fonts and 650 built-in symbols. It looks old somehow, but still, a rare item. I don’t see this thing all the time.
[via New Launches]
Wake up in the morning feeling like drink tea. I put my glasses on I’m gonna sip some hot tea. Now before I leave, I got to thank Swan for the great invention, albeit some might find this rather inconvenience in some way, even thought its made for convenience on our behalf. Some people really don’t like putting a glass of tea beside the bed, afraid of waking up to see shattered glass. What’s worse when you have a hot kitchen appliance beside your bed?
It’s a bracelet, it’s a watch, yet it’s a computer. Sounds too familiar? Well you haven’t seen it all yet. It’s made of OLED touchscreen, features a miniature holographic projector, has a build-in flexible keyboard, and even let us accesses our social websites. This baby designed by Hiromi Kiriki is due on 2020. Ten years isn’t that far actually.
This USB hub just don’t look like a UBS hub. It looks more like a CD player to me but then, it is a USB hub. The Win-star 10-port USB hub comes in a circular shape and provides 10 downstream ports and 1 upstream port. It support USB 2.0 interface which provides up to 480Mbps. The device is also backward compatible with USB 1.1. The Win-star 10-port USB hub is compatible with Microsoft Windows 98SE/ME/2000/XP/Vista and Mac OS X or later version. Package includes a USB 2.0 cable and a 5V/2A power adapter.
Taito’s Star Wars R2-D2 is USB-powered Vacuum Cleaner. It is strong enough to suck off all your little piece papers, small amounts of debris, detritus, and dirt. Priced at $20.90.
Cooler Master is introducing its new low-profile CPU cooler named Vortex Plus. It is designed for HTPC (home theater PC). The cooler is equipped with an aluminum heatsink with four Direct Contact heatpioes, a 92mm fan that works at 800RPM to 2800RPM and is compatible with both Intel (LGA1366, LGA1156, LGA775) and AMD (AM3, AM2, 940, 939, 754) sockets. Pricing is not available at the moment. Read more…
Greenhouse Japan has released a classic and retro looking USB fan. It comes with two speed setting and automatic oscillation. Get it powered by USB or AA batteries if you need it outside without your computer. The fan is available in 5 different colors, measures 145×133×200mm and weighs 290 grams. It will go for ¥1980, around $22 after conversion.
[via New Launches]