It’s most likely that a lot of people will start yawning by now, as this one’s just too normal … but it’s a nice one, actually.
Ladies and gentlemen: the DVI to VGA Adapter – Apple flavor.
Nice and simple S-Video to Composite Video adapter. Note the stylish “ice”-finish of the whole thing. After all, the difference of S- and Composite video merely seems to be a matter of wiring.
Another submission from the Magic Adapter Box
Another SCSI-dongle, for using whatever software. But look at it! Pink! (Electric blue on reverse side) The amazing arrow shape! The name: “Hardlock” – it’s just as awesome as it can get! Sheer beauty – simply adorable.
Nothing to add to this title, except: have a look at that cute little elephant!
I kinda like that one: converts a server-state DMS-59 port to two ordinary VGA’s. DMS-59 is now arriving in ordinary computers as well, supporting two dual-link displays on one port. Hooray! So I can finally add another 30″ screen to my desktop – just for IM and Email, of course.
Well – definitely a nice adapter! Supernice!
Here’s a great phone plug adapter, which came with a pair of nice headphones. It fits their design quite fine (pure gold), you can even screw the little plug into the adapter so it won’t accidentally slip out. I think it’s totally great.
btw: Georgia obviously has NO character for ⅛ … shame!
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Well, judging by the name, this “Adapter Card” can basically be used for anything, but to be more precise: it’s an USSMPCADAPT (S/M TO PC CARD).
Translation: Use the PC-Card slot of your Laptop to browse the contents of a S/M (aka SmartMedia) card, and be happy!
This brick of crude plastic can turn your TV into a computer screen. At least that’s what I last used it for. If you look closer, you might recognize it can be used in two ways, but I always forget how to change from INPUT to OUTPUT and vice-versa … any suggestions?
Yes, there were ADB Dongles as well. And they didn’t really add to the design of your computer – as you can see. A grey, bulky piece of plastic – this special one apparently used to run AfterEffects on your system. Must have been great fun using that one! I really appreciate that dongle-times are (more or less) overcome.
Well, as I already said … I love proprietary standards as the Sony Memory Stick (Sony to me seems to be king of proprietary interfaces). This is a PC Card (formerly PCMCIA), used to browse and/or modify the contents of a Sony Memory Stick on your laptop. Memory Sticks are used in digital cameras, media players and such.
The PCMCIA form factor cannot be used to apply some fancy design, but I really love the flashy gradient print, illustrating the Memory Stick stuck inside the card. Japanese style! Yeah!
Nice detail: the “INSERT” and “EJECT” arrows.