Win one of nine great prizes
This summer has been nothing short of sizzling, but it's about to get even hotter, because Electronista is giving away a mountain of prizes from Verbatim. We have three Easy Riser Wireless Notebook laser mice, three Ultra-Slim Bluetooth Keyboards, and three Mini Wireless Slim Keyboard and Mouse sets to give away. Plus three lucky winners will also receive a Verbatim 4GB USB flash drive.
Adds update kits with SATA III SSDs
Verbatim has released new 2.5-inch SSD upgrade kits. The kits include SSD drives plus the hardware and software needed to install the new drive and clone the old drive. The kits are available with either Verbatim's 64GB, 128GB and 256GB SATA II drives or its 120GB or 240GB SATA III SSD drives.
Aimed at iPads, iPhones
Verbatim says it is launching a new peripheral, the Ultra-Slim Bluetooth Keyboard. Like many such keyboards the device is intended mostly for tablets, including iPads, Galaxy Tabs, Xooms, and anything else with HID keyboard compatibility. Also supported is the iPhone.
Verbatim outs networking box for the home
Verbatim has just announced the release of its new MediaShare Mini network box for the home. The device connects to TVs and/or computers and lets users stream multimedia content, or play back local files from connected USB drives. The thumb drives also automatically connect to the network, sharing their files.
Verbatim shows ultra-portable 4GB Clip-it drives
PC storage maker Verbatim has just introduced a new USB storage media in the form of the Store ‘n’ Go Clip-it. Designed like a paperclip, the device will hold both printed documents and their digital counterparts. Due to its small size and low weight, the clips are seen as ideal companions to go along with hard copy documents.
Verbatim bringing out leather-lined Wallet Drive
Verbatim will soon release a Wallet Drive that resembles a brown or black leather billfold. When it arrives at an unspecified date, it should be available in 320 or 500GB capacities. It will contain Nero BackitUp and Burn software, along with a Turbo USB program that should help speed up transfer speeds.
250GB to 640GB storage capacities
Verbatim is celebrating its 40th anniversary with a new product line of thin USB portable hard drives at CES. The series consists of four different USB powered drives including the Titan XS, CLON, MyClone and InSight. The Titan XS is the smallest of the USB hard drives and is equipped with a rubber enclosure and internal anti-shock mechanism to help guard the data during impact. It’s planned for release in the beginning of February this year and will be available in 320, 500 and 640GB storage capacities.
Verbatim Easy Riser series kicks off
Verbatim today started up a new line of travel mice under the Easy Riser badge. Every model has a base that can adjust in height to fit into a more natural position when in use, but can collapse into a flatter shape either for unusual hands or for carrying. They all share an ambidextrous design and cross-platform support that works with Macs and Windows PCs.
Verbatim InSight USB Drive
Verbatim hoped to stand out among external hard drive makers on Monday by launching the InSight. The notebook-sized drives are unique in having an LCD that shows both the drive name and its free space. Even though it's not e-paper, the screen remains on even when the drive isn't attached through USB. The simple addition lets users own multiple drives without having to label them or use a computer to check which ones need to be upgraded or cleared of unwanted files.
Verbatim TUFF N TINY Drive
Verbatim today hoped to claim a crown for USB flash drive storage today by adding the TUFF 'N' TINY to its collection. The sticks use extra-dense memory and as a consequence are about as thin as a penny while not having much more surface area at 1 inch by 0.5 inches. At the same time, the company claims they're designed to be durable with a completely sealed design that resists dust and water; each comes bundled with a key ring lanyard to encourage taking them outside.
Verbatim TUFF-CLIP USBs
Verbatim on Monday announced it is now shipping its new TUFF-CLIP USB drives, which are available in both 4GB and 8GB capacities. Meant to appeal to outdoors travelers and students, the drives have an integrated carabiner clip that allow them to clip to backpacks, belt loops or key chains. The 4GB version is only available in turquoise, while the 8GB model can be had in black only.
Verbatim today catered to those who want high-performance but portable hard drives through the SureFire. Every model has both FireWire 800 and USB 2 ports and will run the 2.5-inch drive inside solely on bus power, particularly suiting it to MacBook Pros that need the full 800Mbps of bandwidth. Their casing is both relatively sturdy and scratch-resistant aluminum.
Verbatim Nano mouse
Verbatim on Thursday announced the launch of its Color Nano Wireless Notebook Mouse that is compatible with Windows and Mac systems. It uses 2.4GHz RF wireless for communication and a small nano receiver that can be left connected to a notebook computer without getting easily caught on notebook bags or other obstacles. When the receiver is removed, it can be stored in a compartment at the bottom of the mouse itself.
Expresscard, USB drive
Verbatim has announced three of its latest products, ExpressCard SSD, Store 'n' Go Micro USB drive, and the Speaker Keyboard. The ExpressCard/34 is a solid-state drive (SSD) that provides plug-in storage at 16GB, 32GB and 64GB. With read speeds up to 125MB/s and write speeds maxed at 30MB/s, the storage device also comes equipped with NTI Shadow 4 to enable automatic backup every time a change occurs.
Verbatim Quad Hard Drives
Verbatim chose the second day of 2009 to introduce its first Desktop Hard Drive models with four interfaces. The simply titled Quad Interface drives carry both FireWire 400 and 800 ports as well as external SATA II and USB connectors, rendering them compatible with most any computer and letting users pick the fastest possible storage option. Bandwidth peaks at up to 3Gbps through the eSATA option.
FL: Verbatim TuneBoard
Many people use whatever keyboard happens to come with their computer. Apple’s standard keyboard may be acceptable, for instance, but you may want a more versatile keyboard -- say, one that lets you play and control your favorite songs through built-in speakers. An example of this comes from Verbatim, and is dubbed the TuneBoard.
Verbatim SmartDisk Drives
Verbatim's contribution to pre-CES announcements is a significant overhaul of its SmartDisk portable hard drives. The new versions now top out at 320GB of storage but also offer the option of a combo FireWire and USB model; users can pick whichever format they can use. Both are completely bus-powered and run without the use of a power brick, making either an ideal choice for notebook owners whose carrying space is at a premium.