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Archive for the ‘USB’ Category

foone on Twitter: I google “industrial USB-C” and now everything is back to shit…

Posted by jpluimers on 2022/06/06

Lot’s of confusing pictures from [WayBack] foone on Twitter: “whenever I get bored and think my life is going too well, I google “industrial USB-C” and now everything is back to shit…”

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Posted in Development, Fun, Hardware, Hardware Interfacing, Power User, USB, USB, USB-C | 1 Comment »

A USB-C magnetic charge contact that when tripping does not make your computer hit the ground (via Hadi Hariri on Twitter)

Posted by jpluimers on 2021/04/19

Want: [WayBack] Hadi Hariri on Twitter: “You know @Apple I actually liked that feature of not pulling the computer off the desk when tripping over the cable. You removed it, I’m getting an add-on. And thanks @bashorov for the recommendation.…”


Posted in Hardware, Power User, USB, USB-C | Leave a Comment »


Posted by jpluimers on 2020/05/07

Cool tool:

MultiBootUSB is a cross platform software written in python which allows you to install multiple live linux on a USB disk non destructively and option to uninstall distros. Try out the world’s first true cross platform multi boot live usb creator for free. Download Now!

Information and downloads on [WayBackMultiBootUSB.

There are actually a few repositories within [WayBack] mbusb (multibootusb) · GitHub of which one has a ruby implementation as well.

A more elaborate article is on [WayBack] How to Install Multiple Linux Distributions on One USB, but the site should get you going just fine.

Via: [WayBack] Multiple Linux distributions on one UBS stick. I just tried it with: * CloneZilla * Lubuntu * LiteLinux The tool they describe – MultiBootUSB – comes w… – Thomas Mueller (dummzeuch) – Google+


Posted in *nix, *nix-tools, Development, Hardware, Linux, Power User, Python, Software Development, USB | Leave a Comment »

Brilliant device: iPazzPort Wireless Mini Handheld Keyboard with Touchpad Mouse Combo for Android TV Box and Raspberry Pi 3 and HTPC and XBMC KP-810-19S – Black: Computers & Accessories

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/01/03

Brilliant device: [WayBack] KP-810-19BTT Mini Bluetooth Keyboard with touchpad – Unisen Group iPazzPort

I got it via Amazon USA ([WayBack] iPazzPort Wireless Mini Handheld Keyboard with Touchpad Mouse Combo for Android TV Box and Raspberry Pi 3 and HTPC and XBMC KP-810-19S – Black: Computers & Accessories), but Amazon in Europe has it as well (this is the German link:[Archive.isiPazzPort Mini Wireless Handheld Tastatur mit Touchpad: AmazonSmile: Computer & Zubehör; replace .de with .fr,, to find your local link).

There are this one is 2.4 Ghz, includes a USB dongle in the battery compartment and requires 2 AAA batteries.

There are Bluetooth and back-lit versions too which cost slightly more.

Via: [WayBack] Raspberry Pi Cluster – Software Team Lead


Posted in Development, Hardware Interfacing, Keyboards and Keyboard Shortcuts, Power User, USB | Leave a Comment »

That duh moment when you cannot read an SD card: it’s SDHC/SDXC in an SD card reader; Secure Digital – Wikipedia

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/02/18

That moment you facepalm yourself because you forgot that particular machine won’t read SD cards because they are too big for the SD card reader in it: SD goes up to 4 gigabyte, anything bigger (nowadays basically everything) requires SDXC or SDHC compatible readers.

Quotes from Wikipedia:

However, older host devices do not recognize SDHC or SDXC memory cards, although some devices can do so through a firmware upgrade.[11] Older Windows operating systems released before Windows 7 require patches or service packs to support access to SDHC cards.[12][13][14]

Older host devices generally do not support newer card formats, and even when they might support the bus interface used by the card,[6]there are several factors that arise:

  • A newer card may offer greater capacity than the host device can handle (over 4 GB for SDHC, over 32 GB for SDXC).
  • A newer card may use a file system the host device cannot navigate (FAT32 for SDHC, exFAT for SDXC)
  • Use of an SDIO card requires the host device be designed for the input/output functions the card provides.
  • The hardware interface of the card was changed starting with the version 2.0 (new high-speed bus clocks, redefinition of storage capacity bits) and SDHC family (Ultra-high speed (UHS) bus)
  • UHS-II has physically more pins but is backwards compatible to UHS-I and non-UHS for both slot and card.[27]
  • Some vendors produced SDSC cards above 1GB before the SDA had standardized a method of doing so.
SD compatibility table
SDSC card SDHC card SDHC UHS card SDXC card SDXC UHS card SDIO card
SDSC slot Yes No No No No No
SDHC slot Yes Yes Yes[a] No No No
SDHC UHS slot Yes[a] Yes[a] Yes[b] No No No
SDXC slot Yes Yes Yes[a] Yes Yes[a] No
SDXC UHS slot Yes[a] Yes[a] Yes[b] Yes[a] Yes[b] No
SDIO slot Varies Varies Varies Varies Varies Yes


Posted in Development, Flash-memory, Hardware Interfacing, Power User, SD/miniSD/microSD/MMC, Storage, USB | Leave a Comment »

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