Subject: General Tech | March 19, 2013 - 06:25 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: input, roccat, apuri hybrid, gadget
The Apuri Hybrid USB Hub & Mouse Bungie looks a little familiar, though it does have more functionality that the Cooler Master version as it is also a 4 port powered USB 2.0 hub with an LED. Not only will your mouse tail look snazzy hanging from a scorpion like device but you can also keep a variety of USB devices close to hand. Neoseeker was a little disappointed at the $40 price tag, rather high for a non-USB 3.0 hub, but if you are looking to get your cords out of the way the added functionality is a nice feature.
"If you have a very particular need for a USB hub that also serves to reduce mouse cable clutter and keep your work area in order, ROCCAT just might have you covered with the Apuri. This unique peripheral is both mouse cable bungie and 4-port USB 2.0 hub in one scorpion-shaped package, so hit our review to see whether the Apuri delivers good value for its proposed convenience."
Here is some more Tech News from around the web:
- Razer DeathAdder 2013 (4G) Gaming Mouse Review @ Custom PC Review
- FUNC MS-3 Laser Gaming Mouse @ Tweaktown
- AZiO Levetron GM533U Gaming Mouse @ Benchmark Reviews
- Razer Naga Hex, Goliathus League of Legends Gaming Peripherals Review @ Custom PC Review
- AZiO Levetron GM533U Gaming Mouse Review @ OCC
- Genius Gila GX Gaming Mouse @ Benchmark Reviews
- Razer Ouroboros Wireless Gaming Mouse @ eTeknix
- ROCCAT Sense Chrome Blue Gaming Mouse Pad Review @ Neoseeker
- Cooler Master CM Storm Power-RX Mouse Pad Review @ Ninjalane
- Roccat ISKU FX Gaming Keyboard @ eTeknix
- Razer Blackwidow Ultimate gaming keyboard @ Rbmods
- Enermax Aurora Micro Wireless Keyboard @ Kitguru
Subject: Mobile | June 10, 2011 - 01:17 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: portable tv, gadget
With the Stanley Cup turning into a best of 3 series between now and Wednesday, and 3G being hit very hard in Vancouver for those wanting to watch the live CBC stream when they are on the road, RCAs new portable TV suddenly makes some sense to own. Since you can't record live events before they happen to watch on the road and occasionally whatever wireless data carrier you use will be overwhelmed with traffic, maybe owning a tiny portable LED TV with a 320x240 resolution makes some sense. Check it out over at Overclockers Online to see of you might want visit Radio Shack and drop $80 on a TV in time for the game.
"RCA is making an active push in the portable TV market and the DHT235C Portable Digital TV is the entry model. The DHT235C runs on four AA batteries that provide up to three hours of runtime. The built in digital antenna provides a clean and crisp picture and proves that terrestrial television isn’t dead."
Here are some more Mobile articles from around the web:
- Samsung Galaxy SII: The King is Dead, Long Live the King! @ InsideHW
- HTC Sensation video @ The Inquirer
- HP Veer 4G Review - Getting Us Excited for Pre 3 @ AnandTech
- HTC Flyer @ The Inquirer
- HTC Thunderbolt Cell Phone Review @ Hardware Secrets