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It's not often that you find a webcam that's multifaceted, but Earth Trek's webcam is just that. Dubbed the \"hottest webcam\" this world has ever seen (um, no), this unit packs a 1.3-megapixel camera, VGA capture abilities, auto focus / auto brightness and the real kicker, a 2-port USB hub. Probably

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November 29, 2008 at 1:55AM
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Frustrated by the lack of a proper dock in your new cellphone's packaging? Fret not, as Hong Kong's Earth Trek has your best interests in mind. The all-in-one Mobile Stand enables your phone's LCD to be easily viewable while you're trapped toiling away in your cubicle, and it also triples as a USB

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Frustrated by the lack of a proper dock in your new cellphone's packaging? Fret not, as Hong Kong's Earth Trek has your best interests in mind. The all-in-one Mobile Stand enables your phone's LCD to be easily viewable while you're trapped toiling away in your cubicle, and it also triples as a USB

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While it likely won't hold onto the (slightly dubious) title for long at the rate mini-projectors are cropping up these days, Hong Kong-based Earth Trek has nonetheless gone out and proclaimed its new 90-805R projector to be the \"world's smallest\" and, indeed, it is small. Measuring about 4 by 2 in

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We've been bored by the entirely too utilitarian concept of multi-card readers ever since they were hosting our SmartMedia and xD cards, but Earth Trek seems to have revitalized the concept for 2008. The 2-in-1 rotary multi-card reader has a patented swiveling USB 2.0 connector to let you come at i

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Ours is not to question why, only to accept the inevitable convergence of USB and pretty much everything else within the vicinity of our PCs. Meet the newly announced 4-port USB 2.0 hub and tape dispenser from Hong Kong's Earth Trek. It comes in large and small versions and can naturally be affixed

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