Wireless data connectivity between computers and Bluetooth enabled devices such as cell phones, PDAs, printers, headsets and more Bluetooth V2.0 + EDR (Enhanced Data Rate). USB 2.0 high speed, backward-compatible with Bluetooth 1.x Working distance up to 20 meters with no obstructions Data Transfer Rate up to 3Mbps Compatible with MacOS, Linux, Windows Vista 32/XP/2000/Me/98/7/8
Usb hub is used for Connecting Multiple things at a Time
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The USB to SATA/IDE Combo Kit allows you to connect SATA or IDE devices to your computer via USB port, a very useful tool for data transfer, backup and cloning. The Hi-Speed USB interface provides an easy plug-and-play installation. It supports all SATA / IDE devices such as CD ROM, DVD ROM, CD-RW, DVD RW, Combo drive, 1.8 inch, 2.5 inch and 3.5 hard disk.
A free downloadable application featuring active storage for accessing and organising your files, photos, videos and music, and exploring and acquiring content. Available on selected drives.
Product Description Eliminate the need for a traditional sound card with this USB to Audio adapter. Real USB plug & play to upgrade any on-board soundcard to 5.1 Digital Surround Sound without any hardware installation. Connect a speaker or headphone directly to the adapter and enjoy 3D positional sound and virtual 5.1ch sound track. Use the USB port power directly. Get this great adapter today! BlackCopper Sound Audio Controller The Best Entertainment For Game,DVD,Music,Lead 3D Sound 5.1 Tide Support 3D Sound (Ac-3) and Virtual 5.1 Sound Track
Firewire Print FireWire is an I/O interface developed by Apple Computer. It is also known as IEEE 1394, which is the technical name standardized by the IEEE. Other names for IEEE 1394 include Sony i.Link and Yamaha mLAN, but Apple's FireWire name the most commonly used. There are two primary versions of the FireWire interface – FireWire 400 (IEEE 1394a) and FireWire 800 (IEEE 1394b). FireWire 400 uses a 6-pin connector and supports data transfer rates of up to 400 Mbps. FireWire 800 uses a 9-pin connector and can transfer data at up to 800 Mbps. The FireWire 800 interface, which was introduced on Macintosh computers in 2003, is backwards compatible with FireWire 400 devices using an adapter. Both interfaces support daisy chaining and can provide up to 30 volts of power to connected devices. FireWire is considered a high-speed interface, and therefore can be used for connecting peripheral devices that require fast data transfer speeds. Examples include external hard drives, video cameras, and audio interfaces. On Macintosh computers, FireWire can be used to boot a computer in target disk mode, which allows the hard drive to show up as an external drive on another computer. Mac OS X also supports networking two computers via a FireWire cable. While FireWire has never been as popular as USB, it has remained a popular choice for audio and video professionals. Since FireWire supports speeds up to 800 Mbps, it is faster than USB 2.0, which maxes out at 480 Mbps. In fact, even FireWire 400 provides faster sustained read and write speeds than USB 2.0, which is important for recording audio and video in real-time. Future versions of IEEE 1394, such as FireWire 1600 and 3200, were designed to support even faster data transfer speeds. However, the FireWire interface has been superseded by Thunderbolt, which can transfer data at up to 10,000 Mbps (10 Gbps) and is backwards compatible with multiple interfaces.
The USB to SATA/IDE Combo Kit allows you to connect SATA or IDE devices to your computer via USB port, a very useful tool for data transfer, backup and cloning. The Hi-Speed USB interface provides an easy plug-and-play installation.