PC Gadgets

Almost everyone has a computer, but you can be one one of these super-cool PC gadgets. Whether you’re your computer for work, these PC gadgets will help and useful. Excellent options available for any PC of the few people to own a gamer or simple use to keep your PC both fun user.

Social Network Access Keyboard – Facebook dedicated keyboard

social network access keyboard

Social Keyboards created the Social Network Access Keyboard (SNAK) intended for all you Facebook addicts.

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Toshiba STOR.E ART 4 – fast, furious and nicely designed

toshiba store art 4

Toshiba has just presented their new external hard drive – STOR.E ART 4.

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LaCie Rugged USB 3.0 500GB

lacie rugged usb 3

LaCie has expanded their external hard drives with new Rugged USB 3.0 model. The device not only has rugged casing, but also comes with the SuperSpeed USB interface.

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Creative D100 & D200 – Portable Bluetooth Speakers

creative d100 portable bluetooth speaker

Creative has expanded their offer with two new Bluetooth speaker models, designed for those of you who prefer portable devices, e.g. smartphones.

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Sony VGP-BMS20 – Bluetooth mouse

sony vgp bms20

Sony Japan has just announced the introductions of their wireless laser Bluetooth VGP-BMS20 computer mouse.

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Patriot Xporter Bolt – secure flash drive

patriot xporter bolt

Patriot Memory has expanded their offer with the new USB flash memory – Xporter Bolt with a 256-bit AES encryption.

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Toshiba STOR.E ART3 – a Pocket Hard Drive

toshiba store art3 pocket Hard Drive

Toshiba has just announced that their new external hard drive STOR.E ART3 will be available in stores in the second quarter this year.

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Super Talent SuperCrypt – a Secure Flash Drive with USB 3.0

super talent supercrypt

Super Talent has just announced its new portable flash memory drive with USB 3.0 interface.

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