This gizmo is Wi-Fi Compliant with 802.11b/g and detects hotsports and connects to Wi-Fi devices. In addition the USB stick doubles as a 512MB flash memory drive and loads driver and utilities from the flash drive automagically.The hotspot finder displays SSID, Channel, Encryption Types and Signal Strength Information. By the way, the stick even supports WPA2-PSK!
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Black and Decker is famous for their line of vacuums and hardware tools, and they will be releasing the new Chrome 6V Dustbuster that boasts a double filtration system and an extra large dust collecting bowl that makes it easier to concentrate on removing dust from your living space. The Dustbuster comes with a Chrome head, making it look more like a dignified household appliance than a mass dust-bunny murderer.The Chrome 6V Dustbuster will make a fine addition to any home and will be released soon, going for the recommended retail price of $94.
BMW, the ultimate driving machine, has now incorporated the new Night Vision driver assistance system as an option in the 5 Series, 6 Series, and 7 Series line of vehicles. Based on thermal imaging, this Night Vision driver assistance system works best on country roads where pedestrians, wildlife, and cyclists can be detected much earlier. It also helps when you're driving along unlit streets and inside poorly lit car parks. The thermal imaging camera has a range of up to 100 metres which offers sufficient time for the driver the react in case of emergencies. Installing the Night Vision driver assistance system will cost approximately $2,500.
Energizer has long been a champion for superior battery life since time immemorial, so it comes as no surprise that they are diving into the cellphone-charging arena. The new Energizer Energi To Go is powered by a couple of lithium AA batteries that uses a patented intelligent control chip that maximizes power transfer from the charger to the handset, bringing to life your dead batteries in a jiffy. It takes just half a minute of charging via the Energi To Go in order to make a call. The Energi To Go can be used with phone tip connectors for approximately 100 phone models, including Nokia, Motorola, Sprint, and Samsung, and BlackBerry. This nifty device will be available from next month onwards for $19.99. Now if only they can do something about the spelling...
The new I-Sonic radio has a wealth of features underneath its hood that makes it a suitable candidate to be an All-In-One entertainment system. The I-Sonic is equipped with an HD radio tuner, a DVD/CD player, AM, FM, and a XM Satellite Radio receiver for all your audio entertainment needs. The inclusion of a quartet of speakers that pump out lifelike sounds with ease makes the I-Sonic a serious contender for your living room space. This convergence device is priced at a level that is expected from high quailty products - a cool $600.
Looks like the DJ Ditty from Dell is another MP3 player that fell to the mighty iPod's sword. If you head towards Dell's Ditty site, you will be promptly redirected to a page where third party digital audio players from Creative and SanDisk are on sale. The death of the DJ Ditty is inevitable, as most people saw it as a poorly designed iPod Shuffle with an extremely tiny screen and a radio that nobody listens to anyway. The DJ Ditty is not the first digital audio player from Dell that was discontinued - the hard drive-based DJs had its funeral half a year ago.
Bring your gaming to the next level with the iCush. This gaming peripheral comes with integrated controls that provides a level of immersion as never before, allowing you to control the temperature, speed, intensity, and location of the vibration that are all synchronized with the game. Looks like more and more manufacturers are developing gaming peripherals that uses the sense of touch to provide a more enjoyable gaming experience. I wonder how hot the iCush can get should you enter Shub-Niggurath's lair back in the heydays of Quake. Just plug the $119.95 iCush into any available audio port and you're good to go.
Most people suffer from minor hand tremors, but there are those who cannot carry their drink without fear of spilling it. The Handy Steady device works in tandem with gravity to prevent drinks from being spilt no matter how bad the tremors get. Just slide the cup into the holder and hold it up via the handle. The built-in mechanism harnesses gravity's power by sliding the cup holder around, enabling the cup to remain straight no matter how the handle turns. It is still in the research stage, so keep your fingers crossed that a commercialized version will be out by 2008.