The duaLink USB Cable Syncs Multiple iOS Devices at Once
Every time you get a new album on iTunes, you have to sync your iPod, sync your iPhone, sync your iPad, and continue with however many iDevices you have strewn about your house. If you’d like to speed up the process a bit, the duaLink USB splitter cable will charge and sync two devices at once through one port on your computer. There’s also thedualCharge, for charging multiple devices from the same wall outlet, and evendualCarCharge, for charging them both in your car. (Note that the iPad requires a lot of power and won’t charge from the duaLink splitter, but will still sync just fine alongside another iDevice). Hit the link to check it out.
We’ve been dying to know more about Microsoft’s Courier tablet / e-book device ever since we first caught wind of it last September, and while our entreaties to Mr. Ballmer went unanswered, we just learned some very interesting information from an extremely trusted source. We’re told Courier will function as a “digital journal,” and it’s designed to be seriously portable: it’s under an inch thick, weighs a little over a pound, and isn’t much bigger than a 5x7 photo when closed. That’s a lot smaller than we expected — this new picture really puts it into perspective — and the internals apparently reflect that emphasis on mobility: rather than Windows 7, we’re told the Courier is built on Tegra 2 and runs on the same OS as the Zune HD, Pink, and Windows Mobile 7 Series, which we’re taking to mean Windows CE 6.