Not even Bono can pull off wearing huge glasses to use a HUD through life. But ski goggles? They're practically designed to look ludicrous. These Zeal Recon Transcend Ski Goggles display GPS, speed, altitude and more in real time.
Transcend has added to their popular StoreJet line with a new 160GB external HDD. The product does not do too badly in the looks department either, with brushed aluminum cases in gray, silver, blue or red. A SATA interface offers transfer rates of a reportedly optimistic 480Mbits/s.
In a world of complex do-it-all gadgets, the T.sonic 840 might seem a little bland. It's a fairly basic digital audio player, supporting everything you'd expect in the audio (MP3, WMA, WAV, WMA-DRM10) and visual (JPG, BMP) departments. But it is the simple yet functional approach that allows Transcend's latest gadget…
Transcend just announced a shiny new addition to its JetFlash USB lineup in the form of the V90. Available in sizes up to 2GB, the drives start at $27.99 and come in either a mother-of-pearl finish or a fiberglass weave over metal. With the included long chain, the drive can be worn as a necklace and should be a nice…
Transcend has a new 16GB Solid State Drive in Express Card form. It will do wonders for boosting your notebook's hard drive capacity on the road while wreaking havoc in your credit card at the same time: There's no official US price yet, but it is $1,337 in Europe, which actually is not that 1337.
If you grow weary of those cumbersome USB flash drives you've been lugging around (most weigh about 10g), here's one that sheds nearly all of its weight. The Transcend JetFlash T2K weighs just 2 grams, and is available in your choice of capacities from 1GB ($15.90) to 4GB ($48.30).
We are always looking to spend a little too much on a flash drive, and Transcend's new JetFlash 180 might be just the ticket.
The swirly design of the Transcend T.Sonic MP3 player reminds us of butterscotch candies crossed with an Altoids tin. The player is available in 512MB and 1G, and has MP3/WMA/WAV support. There's an FM radio and 15 hours of playback time, which is decent but not great for a flash based player.
Now that we've got more data coming in and out of cellphones and handheld devices, it only makes sense that we'd see a high-speed 1GB mini SD card one of these days. To make this a reality, Transcend has announced a 1GB 80X Ultra Performance miniSD card that supports transfer data speeds of up to 12MB/sec and uses a…