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Briefly: Addonics' Wi-Fi Drive Adapter, Epic earbuds coming this month

updated 03:45 pm EST, Thu November 7, 2013

Addonics' Wi-Fi Drive Adapter enables wireless sharing of USB drive, micro SD card

Addonics Technologies has announced its network device for wireless sharing of a USB drive or micro SD card, or for use as a wireless hotspot. The Wi-Fi Drive Adapter can share drive or card content upon insertion into the adapter. To share an Internet connection, a hotspot can be created by connecting the Wi-Fi Drive Adapter to a Local Area Network with an Internet connection. Including one RJ45 socket for 10/100Mbps Ethernet connections, the Wi-Fi Drive Adapter supports the 802.11b/g/n standard with a range of up to 150 feet. Priced at $50, the Addonic Wi-Fi Drive Adapter can be purchased online.

JLab's new earbud headphones offer comfort through customization

JLab, known for its portable audio products, has announced the upcoming release of the Epic earbud headphones. Intended to provide optimal comfort while wearing, the Epic is accompanied by multiple sizes of rotating earpieces, providing more than 1,000 customizable options to allow for an individualized fit. Engineered around a 13mm-driver -- double the size of standard earbud drivers -- Epic aims to achieve an immersive surround sound. Available beginning November 12, Epic headphones can be purchased on Amazon and JLabAudio.com, for $50.



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