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Paranoid about excessive heat? Looks like the folks at Novac share your worries, as the NV-HDS392U external hard drive enclosure packs one of the largest, most prominent cooling fans you're likely to find in such a device. Boasting an all-aluminum frame and measuring in at 2.16- x 7.2- x 4.69-inche...

August 22nd 2007 at 11:04pm 0 Comments
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There's nothing quite like shoving six speakers over your ears, and while bulky these cans may be, it's still an awful lot smaller than a full home theater rig. While Wave-on just unveiled its own rendition of surround sound 'phones, Novac's upping the ante quite literally by offering up two pair...

December 12th 2006 at 10:34am 0 Comments
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Novac of japan launches some a couple of big empty cases to host the 3.5-inch SATA disks of your choice. The NV-HS372S supports up to five disks and connects to your PC over eSATA. No eSATA, no problem, the adapter card is included in the ¥59,800 (about $517) price tag. The ¥29,800 (about $...

December 8th 2006 at 9:06am 0 Comments
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If you've every wanted to connect a SATA disk on the quick, then look no further for that fix than the SATA HDD Kit Mini from Novac of Japan. While it'll get you connected via accompanying cables to either SATA or eSATA disks just fine, don't expect this pup to be pumping data across the USB 2.0 bus...

October 5th 2006 at 9:07am 0 Comments
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After bringing us the TV for Skype Anywhere product we were kinda hoping for something equally unusual from Novac's next consumer offering. Unfortunately, all we're getting this time around is the NV-HV355 Mobile Video HDD media player in need of a 3.5-inch IDE disk. Once you sort that out, stuff t...

September 22nd 2006 at 5:15pm 0 Comments
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Okay, so there's probably enough forgettable foreign DAPs out there to keep the tunes rolling from now 'til the end of time, and while there's little about Novak's latest lineup that stands out from the immensely saturated market, it appears to have all the basics down pat (including reasonable pric...

August 17th 2006 at 8:18am 0 Comments
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Twas only yesterday the lads in the Engadget mansion were lamenting about giving Skype a try if only it streamed some of that hot analog TV we've been hearing so much about. Little did we know that in some back alley of Akihabaraville, a team of hucksters from Novac in Japan were putting the finish...

July 7th 2006 at 9:33am 0 Comments