Combine all your cards into a single card with Coin

On January 1, 2014, in Gadgets, by Mike Jefferson

In this modern age we carry all sorts of cards with us and this might add some bulk to our wallets, so wouldn’t be great if we had one card that could replace all of our cards?


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Latest all-in-one iPad card reader from M.I.C Gadget

On May 10, 2012, in Gadgets, by Mike Jefferson

We know that iPad can do all sorts of things, but despite its sleek design and hardware power, iPad has its limitations, and today we have a device that should enhance your iPad by giving it ability to read memory cards.


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Kingston is a leading brand in small storage devices among SD cards, microSD cards and USB flash drives. The normal microSD cards which are 4GB from Kingston are 4MB/second transfer rate but they are raising the bar. Kingston has released a 16GB microSD card which can transfer files at 10MB/second.

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As the technology develops, we’re seeing more and more wireless devices, and if you’re into wireless devices we have a special treat for you – you’re looking at the world’s first wireless graphics card!

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Asus U3S6 SATA 6 and USB 3.0 PCI-e card

On July 20, 2010, in Gadgets, Laptops / Computers, by Mike Jefferson

We all know how fast USB 2.0 is comparing to the USB 1.0, but now since USB 3.0 has been released we’re expecting to see the end of USB 2.0 within the very near future.

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There have been all sorts of external devices both for laptops and for desktop computers, starting from external hard drives to DVD burners. However, has there ever been an external graphics card? We thought that the idea of external graphic card had been canceled out but MSI is first to present us the first external graphic card for laptops.

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PCI Express USB 3.0 card

On May 19, 2010, in Hardware, Laptops / Computers, by Mike Jefferson

USB 3.0 is alive but many computers and motherboard still don’t have USB 3.0 supporting ports on them. If you’re on a desktop PC, there’s no need for you to purchase a brand new motherboard just so you can start benefiting from the latest USB, all that you need is one free PCI Express slot.

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