Wireless Router with NAS option

WiFi router

Belkin recently announced its new N+ Wireless Router with very interesting feature. It allows to connect external USB drive to use it as NAS. The router supports draft 802.11n 2.0 which increase wireless data transfer significantly. Additionally it’s equiped with gigabit Ethernet ports for reliable high speed wired connections and download Speedometer bar for measurement of the download speed of your network.

The Belkin’s N+ Wireless Router will be available next month at just $119.99! Good price for such kind of devices.

R2D2 USB HUB

R2D2 USB HUB

Recently I got a full set of Starwars episodes. I already watched 4th and 5th. It’s great movie by the way. But in the mean time I found that cool USB hub designed as R2D2. It has 4 USB ports. Additionally it can blink red and blue LEDs, play some sounds from the movie and do some movements (it’s fun by hope it can be switched off).

The R2D2 USB HUB will be available on August at $68.55.

Bluetooth Hub and Cardreader

Card reader and bluetooth hub

ThinkGeek announced a cool and useful gadget – Bluetooth Hub and Cardreader. Bluetooth hub allows to connect your phone, PDA, printer, headset, mouse, keyboard, or whatever you’ve got that supports Bluetooth 1.2 to your PC. The range of hub is about 20 meters.
The cardreader supports up to 52 types of memory cards. It should be more than enough. The gadget supports USB 2.0 with transfer rate up to 480 Mbps. The price of Bluetooth Hub and Cardreader is $29.

Mister Tipster

Mister Tipster
Mister Tipster is an another way to read RSS:

The small, stylish display unit allows users to keep current on all the latest headlines, financial news, weather reports, sports scores, blog updates and even jokes – all without taking space away from the spreadsheet, document, browser or game on their computer screen.

Mister Tipster has monochrome LCD display and needs open USB port and Internet connection to bring RSS. The device is $150. Maybe I missed something but you can add another $150 and buy Nokia770 which is much power and useful than this old-style gadget.

[via eHomeUpgrade]