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TNP USB-C Hub Adds 4K HDMI, Ethernet, USB-A, and USB-C for Charging

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSThe TNP USB-C Hub is a dongle you can add to your Mac or PC. It adds 4K HDMI, Ethernet, USB-A, and USB-C for Charging or using another USB-C device. I’ve been using with my HP Elite X2 laptop for when I need a Ethernet connection, 2nd monitor, or extra USB device. Ethernet is a 1 Gigabit and transfers data very well within my network. Sometimes I need the wired connection for video and screen-sharing. Ethernet connections have a lower latency, and less chance of getting bumped off the network if too many wireless devices are connected. In connecting to my Vizio M50 4K TV, I had no problem getting the 2160p signal the monitor can produce. I can then use my x2 to present, or watch a video online or one I created. The Elite X2 also has one USB-C...

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NuForce Cube is an All in One Mobile Audio Center

NuForce, a high end audio line, introduced a new sound headphone amp for your mobile devices. The NuForce Cube is a portable speaker and USB DAC (Digital to Analog Converter). You can connect up your smartphone, MP3 player or computer to improve your listening experience. The NuForce Cube runs on a rechargeable lithium battery. Per each charge, you can get 8 hours of music, podcasts, listening to Youtube videos, or whatever you listen to. When you want to recharge, plug in the USB cable to the computer (USB plug accessory available). “I’ve never been satisfied with the sound of other portable speakers on the market,” said Jason Lim, CEO of NuForce.  “So we made it our mission to create one that not only sounded great, but looked great.  Plus, we equipped it with an audiophile-grade DAC and headphone amp.  After months of R&D and critical listening, we think Cube provides...

OWC: Power2U AC/USB Wall Outlet, GripStand, GripStation – CES 2012 0

OWC: Power2U AC/USB Wall Outlet, GripStand, GripStation – CES 2012

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSOur friends at OWC were back at CES showing off the only UL-Listed in-wall solution for powering and recharging USB devices. The OWC Power2U wall outlet is a wall plug that contains two USB plugs. Instead of the USB adapters, you can plug the USB device into the drive. Slide the shutter to the side and plug the cord in. The Power2U knows what device it is, therefore, gives the appropriate power. Power2U also eliminates Vampire power – once you take out the USB cord, it stops supplying power to the outlet. OWC is also looking to the enterprise – especially on the iPad. The GripStand Station is a box that stores your iPads, and charges them at the same time. Unlock the padlock, slide up the unlocking bar, pull out the iPad with a GripStand, and your on the go. Get Gripstand on...

LeCroy Protocol Analyzer Using USB 3.0 0

LeCroy Protocol Analyzer Using USB 3.0

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSLeCroy showed off their new USB 3.0 Protocol Analyzer which allows the engineer to view, analyze, and troubleshoot USB 2.0 and 3.0 devices and device drivers. The analyzer starts at $5,000 but this type of device is really the only thing that allows you to figure out what is happening with your USB device or device driver program. When you need to make sure the data is pushing correctly, or how much data is transferring, then this device is for you. A perfect device for developers. Protocol(s) Supported USB 1.0, 1.1, 2.0 & 3.0 Protocol Analyzer Yes Protocol Exerciser N/A OS Requirements Windows XP, Vista & Windows 7 Memory Size 2024MB Data Rates Supported 1.2 – 5000 Mb/s Recording Channels 1 Data Bus Interface Half duplex differential (USB 2.0) Dual simplex differential (USB 3.0) Front Panel Connectors Analyzer – one (1) USB...

Wireless Media Stick Turns TV’s USB Port into Internal Media Device 0

Wireless Media Stick Turns TV’s USB Port into Internal Media Device

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSHarry Diamantopoulos of HSTI joins Andy and Esby for the TPN Live CES coverage. Harry presents Wireless Media Stick. This is a USB device to deliver playback your PC, Mac or NAS. When you plug the Wireless Media Stick into your Picture frame, Set top box, game system or HDTV’s USB port, you can watch video or photos stored elsewhere in your network. The memory is on your network, not on the Wireless Media Stick. Wireless Media Stick sells for $119 dollars. The application for the mobile device to control is free. Interview by Andrew McCaskey of RV News Net Interview by Esbjorn Larsen TPN CES 2011 Live Coverage Sponsors: Thanks to Audible for sponsoring GoDaddy services saves you money! New Customers Save 25% on Hosting at GoDaddy. Thanks to Luxor for sponsoring

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