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The Belkin Gigabit USB 2.0 Network Adapter lets you easily upgrade your notebook or desktop computer to full gigabit speeds. The Adapter is backward-compatible with all existing 10/100 networks. To install, simply insert the Adapter into a USB 2.0 port on your computer and begin to transfer large video, audio, and graphics files between your workstation and the network. It’s so simple to install, you’ll be moving files throughout your network within minutes. The Belkin Gigabit USB 2.0 Network Adapter auto-negotiates for a 10-, 100-, or 1000Mbps network and automatically adjusts for straight-through or crossover cables-you don’t have to worry about cable type.

– Provides networking speeds of up to 1000Mbps*
– Offers easy integration into existing 10/100 Ethernet networks
– Features extensive driver support, and works with Macintosh computers
– Comes with a Belkin Limited Lifetime Warranty and free

*NOTE: The stated transmission rate-1000Mbps-is the physical data rate. The actual USB 2.0 throughput will be lower than the physical data rate and is dependent upon the PC’s USB capacity and other data traffic on the USB bus. In addition, throughput results will vary depending on the PC hardware and OS used.

The price of the Belkin Gigabit USB 2.0 Network Adapter is $44.99.

If you need a Belkin Gigabit USB 2.0 Network Adapter…


A Verball is a talking internet telephone toy that brings your friends voice to life as you enjoy free calls anywhere in the world! Each talking Verball contains a speaker and a handsfree microphone so you can chat to your friends over the internet. Not only can you talk to your friends for free, you can also use your Verball as a USB speaker to listen to your MP3’s.


They’re really easy to use, they don’t even need batteries and although Verballs work with most messaging programs we think they work best with a little bit of free software from our friends at Skype, you just have to plug it in the USB port and activate it and you are ready to go.

The price of the Verballs will be about $60 when they become available in September.

Get more information about the Verballs – The Talking Internet Telephones.


Optimus mini is an auxiliary keyboard with three keys, each complete with an OLED screen displaying the current function. The keyboard is placed either horizontally or vertically: the images displayed on the keys are turned using the Optimus Configurator software.


Optimus mini is a blank sheet. It’s hard to say what a usual monitor is worth until you open an image on it. The same goes for Optimus mini: the more plugins that support applications there are for Optimus Configurator, the more indispensable is the keyboard for daily use.

The support of applications depends on whether these applications’ codes are open and whether there are plugins. The basic set of plugins is part of the standard package, however, we expect professionals and amateurs from all over the world to write most of them.

Optimus Configurator for Windows is now being completed. The keyboard’s work under other operating systems is just a matter of time. Any programmer can connect Optimus mini to a computer with a USB port and set about creating his or her own configurator.

Size of the keyboard: 118mm (W) x 51.8mm (D) x 18mm (H)
Size of the keys: 32×32 mm
Keys display technology: OLED
Keys resolution: 96×96 pixels
Displaying animation: 5 frames per second
Colors displayed: 262000
Viewing angle: 160 degrees
Connection: USB 1.0
Control: Optimus Configurator software
OS support: Windows (others coming later on)

Demonstration of Optimus mini three v 1.5 in action…

You can order Optimus mini three for $134.99 at the moment.

To get yourself an Optimus mini three keyboard…