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Meet the £480 USB cable from Computer Audio Design, an audiophile's DAC dream

Meet the £480 USB cable from Computer Audio Design, an audiophile's DAC dream

By 13 June 2014

Computer Audio Design has announced a USB cable that it's selling for a mind-boggling £480. Yes, you read that correctly. Who would pay that? We hear you ask. Audiophiles. Anyone who appreciates high quality music will be a huge fan of the CAD DAC Cable,... >>

A week in reviews: 2 - 6 June

A week in reviews: 2 - 6 June

By 7 June 2014

The week started with a bang with Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference unveiling new OS X Yosemite and the anticipated mobile iOS 8 update. We were at the conference to soak it all up and, being the masters of being in many places at once, we also bring... >>

SanDisk Connect Wireless Flash Drive review
5 out of 5

SanDisk Connect Wireless Flash Drive review

By 6 June 2014

With more and more of us owning multiple devices, remembering what content is on which device can be a problem. So SanDisk has come up with what it believes is the ideal solution: the Connect Wireless Flash Drive. Although it may look much like a normal... >>

Sony unveils USB flash drive aimed at smartphones and tablets

Sony unveils USB flash drive aimed at smartphones and tablets

By 11 December 2013

Sony has taken the wraps off a USB flash drive aimed at smartphones and tablets. In the days of the cloud, Sony thinks users still want to use hardware to transfer media between devices. The "2-in-1 flash drive" has a USB connector on one end and a microUSB... >>

USB Type-C is coming and it’s bringing thinner, faster charging devices with it

USB Type-C is coming and it’s bringing thinner, faster charging devices with it

By 4 December 2013

A new type of USB connector has been needed since Apple unveiled the Lightning connector. The thing that’s great about that, other than speed, is the reversible shape - it plugs in either way up. The current micro-USB is annoying as it can only go one... >>

World's smallest USB flash drive is almost too small

World's smallest USB flash drive is almost too small

By 17 October 2013

If you haven't noticed, we're a big fan of flash drives. They're neat. That's why PKparis's claim of having the world's smallest USB 3.0 flash drive intrigued us. Available in 32GB and 64GB capacities priced at $48 and $89 (£30/£55)respectively, the... >>

Nexus 7 gets USB drive support thanks to new app

Nexus 7 gets USB drive support thanks to new app

By 22 August 2012

The Google Nexus 7 now has the ability to support USB drives, thanks to a new app available now from the Google Play store. The lack of innovation that meant consumers were unable to transfer files from flash storage drives and SD cards had proved a deterrent... >>

Get a slice of the action with the USB Toaster Hub

Get a slice of the action with the USB Toaster Hub

By 9 August 2012

US online gadget retailer ThinkGeek has added a cute and practical USB Hub to its catalogue of wonderments that immediately falls into the "want badly" category here at Pocket-lint. The USB Toaster Hub and Thumbdrives - to give it its full name - is a... >>

Digiboo USB digital vending machines unleashed in the US

Digiboo USB digital vending machines unleashed in the US

By 16 March 2012

We were once of the opinion that garlic bread was the future. But now, we're convinced that the future is, in fact, digital vending machines that let you rent or buy movies when you're out and about. Unleashed by the brilliantly named Digiboo over in... >>

Acer C110 Pico projector hands-on

Acer C110 Pico projector hands-on

By 7 July 2011

Acer has just announced the ultra-dinky C110 Pico projector complete with tablet compatible USB power. The Pocket-lint gang were lucky enough to grab a quick play with the new C110 at an Acer event. First thing we did? Shine it in our eyes of course!... >>