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61. Belkin SNAGLESS CAT6 PATCH CABLE
$40.12 list($58.99)
62. Belkin Equipment Shelf 19Wx14D
$15.99 $7.99 list()
63. Belkin 4-Port Mini Mobile Hub
$6.95
64. Belkin Standard Mouse Pad200 X
$15.99 $12.43 list()
65. Belkin USB NETMASTER SCROLL MOUSE
$7.78 list($29.99)
66. Belkin Netmaster PS2 Wheel Scroll
list($119.95)
67. Belkin 6-Pin IEEE 1394 Firewire
$29.88
68. BELKIN Hard Case for IPAQ H2215
$12.88 list($29.99)
69. Belkin Classic Keyboard for Windows
$69.19 list($97.99)
70. Belkin Cabinet Equipment Shelf
$29.99 $26.99 list()
71. Belkin TuneCast II Mobile FM Transmitter
$14.44 $12.99 list()
72. Belkin TuneDok Car Holder for
$32.94 $29.88 list($59.99)
73. Belkin Backup Battery Pack for
$84.94 $79.95 list($124.99)
74. Belkin Media Reader for iPod with
$34.94 $19.60 list($39.99)
75. Belkin Auto Kit for iPod w/ Dock
$32.99 $27.48 list()
76. Belkin F8V3080-APL TuneCast II
$33.99 $29.80 list()
77. Belkin F8T003 Bluetooth USB Adapter
$32.94 $27.99 list($59.99)
78. Belkin Voice Recorder for iPod
$42.99 $24.75 list()
79. Belkin 2-Port KVM Switch with
$59.99 $9.99 list($69.99)
80. Belkin F5U220 USB 5 Port 2.0 PCI

61. Belkin SNAGLESS CAT6 PATCH CABLE * RJ45M/RJ45M; 50 GREEN ( A3L980-50-GRN-S )

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Asin: B00008KITS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Belkin Components
Sales Rank: 50298
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62. Belkin Equipment Shelf 19Wx14D For Steel Distrib Rack
list price: $58.99
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Asin: B00004Z6VW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Belkin Components
Sales Rank: 67084
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Features

  • 19-inch-wide, 14-inch-deep rack mount
  • Lightweight design for easy installation
  • For Belkin distribution racks
  • Fully compatible with TIA standards for 19-inch rack mounts
  • Lifetime guarantee

63. Belkin 4-Port Mini Mobile Hub (F5U018-MOB )

our price: $15.99
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Asin: B0000TU7HC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Belkin
Sales Rank: 15878
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64. Belkin Standard Mouse Pad200 X 250 X 3MM (Red) 10-Pack

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Asin: B00004Z5OC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Belkin Components
Sales Rank: 54695
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Features

  • 10-pack of red mouse pads
  • 1-year manufacturer's warranty
  • Helps provide excellent mouse control
  • Nonslip backing
  • Cloth surface good for printing logos

65. Belkin USB NETMASTER SCROLL MOUSE ( F8E204-USB )

our price: $15.99
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Asin: B00004Z5X6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Belkin Components
Sales Rank: 41471
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66. Belkin Netmaster PS2 Wheel Scroll 2-Button Mouse with Serial Adapter (Gray)
list price: $29.99
our price: $7.78
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Asin: B00004Z5SW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Belkin Components
Sales Rank: 22141
Average Customer Review: 1.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Scroll wheel lets you fly through Web sites and documents while reducing hand and wrist strain
  • 2 microswitch buttons are supersensitive for easy clicking
  • Low-friction rollers provide superior tracking
  • PS/2 and serial compatible
  • Full lifetime warranty

Reviews (2)

2-0 out of 5 stars Not Serial Mouse
Was advertised has having a serial adapter,Does not contain any adapter,so returned it to Amazon.Is not a serial mouse,even though it is advertised as one.If you need a serial mouse,do not get this one.

1-0 out of 5 stars No serial adapter
If you need a mouse for a serial port, don't get this one. It doesn't come with one. Amazon's listing is bad. ... Read more


67. Belkin 6-Pin IEEE 1394 Firewire PCI Card 3 with Video Wave IIISE
list price: $119.95
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Asin: B00004Z7PN
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Belkin Components
Sales Rank: 76548
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Product Description

The Belkin FireWire PCI Card brings the revolutionary speed of FireWire to your desktop computer, quickly and easily. The best solution for adding FireWire capability to desktop computers, the Card enhances peripheral connections with speed, accuracy and ease. Simply slide it into an available PCI version 2.1 slot, and get three additional FireWire ports. This innovation from Belkin maximizes your use of ultra-fast disk, Zip, and optical drives, scanners, printers and other peripherals. It transfers video as a perfect digital file copy, free from the risk of conversion loss. ... Read more


68. BELKIN Hard Case for IPAQ H2215

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Asin: B0007M60TQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Belkin
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69. Belkin Classic Keyboard for Windows 95 and 98
list price: $29.99
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Asin: B00004Z64C
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Belkin
Sales Rank: 34147
Average Customer Review: 1.67 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Features adjustable keyboard height for comfort
  • Eases noise level with QuietType(tm) technology
  • Includes Power Management keys for quick commands
  • Provides detachable wrist wrest
  • Comes with Belkin Lifetime Warranty

Reviews (3)

1-0 out of 5 stars This is a 107 key, keyboard with 3 keys in the wrong place.
If you want to try out a classic Belkin 104 key keyboard, they do make one. It's the Belkin 104 key F8E206-USB Classic Keyboard. See:

http://catalog.belkin.com/IWCatProductPage.process?Merchant_Id=&Section_Id=100&pcount=&Product_Id=22227#

I wish manufactures would stick to standards and make a good basic keyboard before they try to get fancy!

1-0 out of 5 stars Most TERRIBLE KYBOARD I HAVE EVER USED
Terrible, annoying - can't stand it! First of all the PrtScn, ScrollLock, Break buttons are moved where Insert, Home, PageUp are supposed to be . . . The nonsense doesn't stop there. There are Wake, Sleep, Power buttons where PrtScn, ScrollLock, Break are supposed to be. So if you are used to a normal keyboard, when you try to press Home or PageUp you are actually hitting ScrollLock or Break. What's even better is that when you hit the button, supposed to be Pause/Break you are actually hitting a POWER button, which TURNS OFF your computer instantly and you LOSE unsaved data!!! Happened to me twice. Another annoying thing is that if you type too fast this keyboard will sometimes beep and omit a character. It also cannot handle several keys pressed at the same time, which makes it useless for games. If it was not in my office I would have smashed it into little pieces by now.

3-0 out of 5 stars Ordered two - one arrived broken
This keyboard appeared at such a great price (97% off) that I had to get two. For that price, it's difficult to complain at all - but for those of you who weren't able to snatch up that deal, I would still consider this item. The keys are a bit noisy - a bit of clicking - but more silent than the keyboard on my Vaio laptop. I especially like the "Power", "Sleep", and "Wakeup" buttons, however I have yet to get the "Wakeup" button to work properly. The wrist rest is removable, and the black design is classy. The adapter will work on a newer 6-pin or an older 5-pin connection.

There are no instructions included with this keyboard (i.e. explanations of the hotkeys), but the plug and play compatibility was good. There is a help menu once it's working.

My only complaint was that the space bar on one of my two keyboards ordered was stuck - and customer service has not been helpful in replacing the item. Other than that, I would recommend this keyboard.
**UPDATE**

After using this keyboard for a couple of months, I decided to lower my rating. The keys take thought to use, and frequently enters double characters. It's VERY ANNOYING having to backspace constantly to fix the doubles. Even when I adjusted the keyboard speeds on my control panel, it is still a problem. Grrrr. ... Read more


70. Belkin Cabinet Equipment Shelf Black 19IN W X 18IN D Solid F/F4D169-Blk
list price: $97.99
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Asin: B00004Z7DB
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Belkin Components
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Product Description

Having the proper tool for the job is as important to the do-it-yourself electronic enthusiast as it is to the professional. Belkin's wide selection of multi-purpose computer tools handles upgrades, repairs, cleaning, routine maintenance and adjustments with ease. ... Read more


71. Belkin TuneCast II Mobile FM Transmitter (F8V3080)

our price: $29.99
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Asin: B0001F22PA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Belkin Components
Sales Rank: 37
Average Customer Review: 3.88 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Transmits on FM channels 88.1MHz-107.9MHz
  • Memorize up to 4 FM frequencies
  • Powers on and off automatically
  • Features low-battery LED indicator
  • Includes a Mobile Power Cord for optional battery-free operation

Reviews (26)

3-0 out of 5 stars Works but disappointing sound quality
While the Belkin TuneCast II is the best FM transmitter for portable audio I have tried, the sound quality it transmits to your FM radio is still very disappointing.

On the plus side, as others have pointed out, it's really easy to use, and it can be set to any FM frequency. The memory function is a bit complicated, though. It can be powered by either 2 AAA batteries, or the included car DC adapter.

But in the department where it should perform well, it fails. Although it does give better, cleaner sound than the other devices I've tried, it's much worse than a typical FM radio station. Even on a clean frequency the sound you get is teeny and muffled. BTW, the manual says you should leave the volume on your portable audio at mid-level, while in fact you'll find yourself having to crank the volume all the way up on both the portable audio player and the FM radio.

I'm keeping this despite being unhappy about it, since there's no other alternative.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great sound from my IPOD in a Metro area!
One of the biggest disappointments with my new car was the lack of an input jack on the stereo. I had looked into buying a new head for my stereo, but soon realized this was out of my price range and didn't make sense w/ my stock speakers.

I began looking at FM modulators/transmitters because I wanted to listen to my IPOD in my car and I do not have a tape player. I just purchased the TuneCast II and began using it. It works wonderfully! I haven't heard any static...or any of the problems normally associated with a FM modulator. I don't live in the middle of no-where either. I live in the large metropolitan area of Kansas City, MO (over 1 million people).

I don't know how well this would work on the East or West Coasts...but out here in the Midwest, it worked excellently! Excellent sound quality, little to no interference.

4-0 out of 5 stars very satisfied with purchase
i've never written a review of any of the products i've bought from amazon before, but i felt pretty compelled to write one about this.

if you consider the price and utility tradeoffs for this transmitter, its of good value. of course you can't expect to get cd quality transmission from this, but it works pretty well for the most part. the only bad thing i've found so far is that even on stations where i get the clearest signals, there is some static in the background. this static is only audible when a song is at a quiet part or when there is no song playing so it isn't as bad as you may think. other than that, the sound quality actually kind of surprised me. btw, i live in los angeles where almost every station has some sort of signal, which is also why i am surprised that the product works as well as it does.

overall, i am pleased with my purchase and although i haven't tried any other fm transmitters out there, i would recommend others to buy this if you can't use a cassette adapter.

1-0 out of 5 stars Horrible
Based on other consumer reviews, I thought this upgraded version of TuneCast would perform well -- but not perfectly -- in my car. It didn't.

The device couldn't broadcast my Ipod clearly on any station. The static-filled music came through very weak no matter what I tried.

The problem may be that the car antenna is located in the back of my Audi A4. Looks like I'll have to plug my Ipod casette adapter back in when I drive this turkey back to the store.

2-0 out of 5 stars Not exactly the best buy
I got this at first very excited that i would no longer have to use what is now consider old a cassette adapter. I was gunna use this fm transmitter for my ipod but as soon as i started using it, i realized this product wouldn't be as good as i thought it would be. I tried probably 10 different radio stations even ones when there's no real broadcasting for. But the quality was horrible. You could hear the static in the background even with the volume reasonably low. I immediatly took it back to best buy and thank goodness got it refunded. I know i am one of the few people with this problem and it seems others don't have the same problem i did. Maybe i didn't do something right but for me this product didn't perform well for what i had to pay to get it. I'm still fine with my cassette adapter even it's consider out of style now ;) ... Read more


72. Belkin TuneDok Car Holder for iPod

our price: $14.44
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Asin: B0000ULJWS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Belkin Components
Sales Rank: 34
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Innovative AirGrip technology holds your iPod to your car dash/cup holder
  • Ratcheting neck lets you easily reposition your iPod
  • Cable-management clip lets you eliminate loose and tangled cords
  • Adjustable height
  • NOTE: not compatible with iPod mini

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Really Handy
I got this for my new iPod and I'm surprised to see how great it is! Firsat I thought this set isn't that great but when I got it I just realized how perfect it is. Awsome quality! There is this option to adjust the iPod in many different ways. There are two or three cups, come with it, so you can just change them if they didn't fit your cupholder. Holds the iPod really good so it, iPod, wont be damaged. You can also get these from eBay if you think that the price isn't worth it cause you cacn get much cheaper from eBay. Beleive Me! ... Read more


73. Belkin Backup Battery Pack for iPod w/ Dock Connector
list price: $59.99
our price: $32.94
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Asin: B00009KAPW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Belkin Components
Sales Rank: 421
Average Customer Review: 2.76 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Made expressly for use with Apple's famed iPod portable music player, Belkin's handy backup battery pack keeps your tunes flowing for 15 to 20 hours--even after your internal battery's used up. Whether you're camping, out on extended travel, or putting in a marathon study session at the library, this pack offers the battery extension you need. For extra convenience, the pack features an LED charge-level monitor so you'll know exactly when you'll need a fresh set of batteries. A hold switch prevents accidental powering on or off, and a pair of compact suction cups secure the unit to the back of your iPod in a way that protects the iPod's gloss finish.

What's in the Box
Backup battery pack, four AA batteries, dock connector, two extra suction cups, and a user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • Designed to work with Apple iPod portable music players
  • Provides 15 to 20 hours of additional battery life
  • Indicates charge levels with 4 LEDs, so you know when to replace batteries
  • Secure switch prevents accidental on/off powering
  • Includes 4 AA batteries and 2 extra suction cups

Reviews (17)

4-0 out of 5 stars Good although it has limiting factors
Lets face it: The IPOD battery just doesn't measure up. It is supposed to last for up to 8 hours of music, but hasn't survived past two hours before it dies. Thats why this Belkin external battery pack is so attractive. It's been on my wishlist for months, and when I finally got it, I was disappointed. Although it has increased my battery life over 6 hours more, it still is not as streamlined as the IPOD itself. It just adds some "dead weight" to it. This being said, it is NOT very portable. This Backup battery pack is great if you are stuck with long delays at an airport somewhere. However, if you are planning to use this on your morning jogs around the block, skip it.
Overall, this Battery Backup is a helpful addition to the IPOD, but it's size and weight really are limiting factors.

1-0 out of 5 stars Piece of junk.
I bought this thinking it'd be the panacea to the brevity of the iPod's battery life. It is. When it works.

Pros:
•More time to listen to music.

Cons:
•Bulky. Power connector should be integrated, and the device should somehow fit around the iPod. While I have not had any bad experiences with suction cups holding expensive equipment, they are simply illogical considering that you are entrusting them with a $3-500 piece of equipment full of your life's work and all of your music.

Here's the kicker, and I realize that I'm not the only one who has had this problem:

I thought it was just a fluke when my battery pack's springs melted and I smelled burning plastic. Fortunately I haven't seriously burned myself, but cbBut it happened three times. Belkin phone support was no help, e-mail support didn't even address the issue, they just said "call us for help", and Belkin refused to replace the product.

The Consumer Product Safety Commission has been helpful(I recently filed a complaint/report), but Belkin is still quiet. Oh well. The Voice Recorder for the iPod is also pretty bad. Stay away unless you enjoy getting burns and wasting batteries.

4-0 out of 5 stars Bad batteries!
To the person who had two of these burn up on him...I had a similar experience. My iPod kept locking up with the battery pack plugged in, and the pack got HOT. I replaced the batteries, and suddenly everything was fine. I was curious so I put the original batteries (the ones that came in the package with the battery pack) in a battery tester and got some really strange results...the tester gauge started bouncing all over the scale! It seems that the included batteries are funky in the sense that they don't supply a steady source of power. My new batteries, in the same tester, move the gauge and it STAYS PUT, rock solid. I can see how an iPod with an unsteady power source would have problems. It seems fine now.

3-0 out of 5 stars Good but way to BIG!
I got one when I was in Canada because my ipod ran out of juice and there was no where to charge it up... Simply put ... its just 'TOO BIG' for practical and on-the-move use!... there is no way you can walk around with your ipod and the battery pack in your pocket... its stupid... it is good for flights but that's about it...Belkin have made a smart looking and high quality product but the size is just stupid in my opinion...but saying that I wouldn't need to carry around a bloody battery pack if Apple improved the ipod battery life.

1-0 out of 5 stars Poor Design
I was so excited when I bought my iPod and I went right out and purchased the Belkin charger. Three units (and a burned finger) later I finally returned it for a refund. The first unit lasted about two hours before it stopped working completely. The others lasted only slightly longer. The smell of burining rubber was the clue.

What I finally figured out was that when the unit was placed on a flat surface with its flat side down it overheated to "very hot" and fried the electronics. My guess is that the flat side is the only way to dissipate the heat. Therefore, when it's on a flat surface it just heats up until it burns up. But with no warnings there was no way to know. When I finally figured it out I deceided that I needed a backup device that wasn't so fussy about which side was up or down.

This is the poorest designed device I have ever purchased which is saying a lot for 61 year old life-long gadget guy. It's a shame I have to be so negative but maybe that will help someone from wasting time and money. ... Read more


74. Belkin Media Reader for iPod with Dock Connector (F8E461)
list price: $124.99
our price: $84.94
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Asin: B0000TNJU4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Belkin Components
Sales Rank: 1058
Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Saves thousands of digital images on your iPod
  • Transfers files quickly and easily via FireWire® technology
  • Indicates power and data transfer status of Media Reader with LED indicator
  • Supports CompactFlash® (Type 1 and 2), SmartMedia™, Secure Digital (SD), Memory Stick®, or MultiMediaCard (MMC)
  • Stores cable away easily when not in use with onboard cable/connector storage

Reviews (10)

5-0 out of 5 stars Works just fine!
I'm not sure what the other two critics expected, but this product works just fine. I needed a way to store my Kodak EasyShare Digital pictures while I was away from home and away from a computer without having to buy multiple SDD (Secure Digital Data) Cards.

Basically it was a plug and play deal. My 40GB iPod was set up for the Belkin Media Reader and all I did was plug it into the iPod, inserted the SDD card and it began to import my pictures. Don't expect blazing speeds like your desktop or laptop computer, REMEMBER this is a "portable" device!! Once my pics were imported, I unplugged the Belkin Reader and took the iPod to my computer. It took a couple of minutes to import the pics from the SDD card to the iPod, but it was faster than I expected.

I connected the iPod to my computer (Windows XP) to access it as a removable hard drive. I accessed the iPod drive and found my pics. It was that simple!! Each SDD card that gets inserted into the Belkin Reader is saved as a "Roll" (EX. Roll 1, Roll 2). Erasing the SDD card and deleting Imported pics (aka "Roll 1, Roll 2") from the iPod was simple too. Just follow the instructions.

I did also check to see if I could Add pictures to my "Collection" from the iPod while using the EasyShare Software and that worked just fine too.

All in all this product has performed as I expected and works just fine.

3-0 out of 5 stars Works with Sony Memory Stick, but NOT Memory Stick PRO
I bought this device to download pictures from the Memory Sticks used by my Sony digital camera when I am on vacation and away from my computer.

The device works as advertised. It takes me 3-4 minutes to download a full 128 MB Memory Stick. No, that isn't super fast but it wasn't a problem for me.

The biggest negative on this device for me was the fact that it can't read the new Memory Stick PRO media.

4-0 out of 5 stars Not as bad as some reviewers say
Yes, it isn't very fast (about half or a third as fast as uploading to the computer in my experience) and it does tax the iPod battery, both negative qualities.... but its not as bad as some have said, and it definitely works as advertised.

To be honest though, I've only used it with 256MB cards, but I've used it for 6MP full size .jpgs (about 2.5MB) AND for RAW files (~6MB) from a Nikon D70 and it works equally fine for both. The RAW files obviously take longer, but there are less of them per card, so big deal.

Just as a rough estimation, I'd guess I could transfer somewhere between 1-2 gigs of photos before the iPod battery died.

Overall, if you are going somewhere that you can't bring your powerbook its a worthy investment. Its a lot cheaper than buying a couple gigabytes of flash memory (I only paid $82).

2-0 out of 5 stars It works... sort of.
I bought this product to store the RAW Canon Digital Rebel photos of my Australia trip. Instead of buying a set of expensive flash cards, I kept my 2 512 MB flash cards and copied the results at the end of the day.
The good:
In the end, it worked and saved me a lot of money, since I already owned an iPod.
The bad: where do I start?
- Copying 512 MB of data almost completely drains the iPod battery. Don't even think about copying more. It doesn't give you a good piece of mind to see the battery indicator go down quickly. Quickly, I decided to fill up the flashcard up to 75% capacity, to have some margin.
- It's EXTREMELY slow. 26 minutes for 512 MB. Not really an issue for me, since I never took more than 50 pictures/day, but other may find this a problem.
- Media Reader battery usage. A set of 4 AAA allowed me to copy roughly 10 512 MB copies. When the batteries run out, everything still seems to work fine until it stops after, say, 12 of the 50 pictures on the card. There's no indication at all about what happened.
- Software Robustness. From time to time, it wouldn't start copying or stop in the middle of a copying session. Restarting always solved the problem, but if this happened at the end, your iPod battery might already be drained by then.

Conclusion: it worked for me, but I can only recommend it if you are really really cash strapped, are a amateur who doesn't shoot that much and already own an iPod with some spare gigabyte. Otherwise you just don't bother.

Tom

1-0 out of 5 stars NOT quick
Read the advert carefully: "transfer the pictures quickly via FireWire technology". The Firewire port is used but the transfer is really at USB1 (or less) speeds. Since both the reader and iPod must run on batteries, the slow speed and rapid battery drain can become an issue--quickly. The 5-6 minute download for 128MB may be tolerable; the 20-25 minutes for 500MB probably isn't. Brian VanHarlingen, Sr. Technology Manager for Belkin acknowledges this slow speed (see Belkin FAQs or other review sites). Unfortunately, there are currently no alternatives for transferring from camera to iPod (w/o computer). ... Read more


75. Belkin Auto Kit for iPod w/ Dock Connector
list price: $39.99
our price: $34.94
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Asin: B00009KAPX
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Belkin Components
Sales Rank: 144
Average Customer Review: 3.53 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Fully compatible with third-generation Apple iPods, Belkin's auto kit saves batteries by connecting your iPod to your car's DC power source. The kit even includes an exclusive Belkin cable that charges your iPod right from your car's cigarette lighter. The auto kit also provides an adjustable amplifier and .125-inch analog audio-output so you can play your iPod through your car stereo or other audio equipment when using a cassette audio adapter or FM transmitter (not included). An illuminated LED indicator lets you know when your auto kit is properly connected to the power source. Belkin has engineered the unit with a replaceable safety fuse to protect the iPod from potentially damaging spikes or short circuits. ... Read more

Features

  • Connects iPod device to car's cigarette lighter
  • .125-inch audio-out jack lets you play the iPod through your car stereo (requires optional cassette adapter or FM transmitter)
  • Locks securely to iPod with dock connector
  • Replaceable safety fuse to protect from potentially damaging spikes or short circuits
  • Manages excess cord easily with convenient strap

Reviews (19)

4-0 out of 5 stars PERFECT SOUND if you hook it up correctly.
This thing is great! This is basically a "dock" for the car. It powers and charges the ipod, while providing an audio jack to hook up to your car stereo without having to plug into the headphone jack of the ipod. Now to clear up a point from other reviews. A few reviewers were giving this product LOW rating, not because of problems with the adapter, but because of their own faulty hook up. Ever notice the hiss you get from playing a tape? Well guess what, if you hook up anything through a tape adapter, yeah, you're gonna get that same hiss. Did you notice that FM doesn't sound as clear as a cd? Well same thing applies here. It's gonna sound like FM if you use an FM transmitter. The noise is coming from the tape and fm adapters, NOT the Belkin adapter. If you have a line input in your deck, or buy an adapter to add a line in to the back of you deck, you'll get PERFECT sound. It's as clear as any cd i have (depending on the compression of the mp3). I simply spliced into my cd changer's audio (since i no longer use the cd changer because of my ipod), and now I get crystal clear sound from my ipod thanks to the Belkin Adapter. I was actually suprised at the clarity after reading some of these reviews, but I assumed it was because of the way they had it hooked up. I used to use the headphone jack before, but I had to turn it up almost all the way. With the belkin, I can now adjust the audio so that it's the same level as my radio. Once you have it set the same, you really don't need to adjust the adapter's volume ever again. It's nice and loud now! Hopefully you can hook yours up the same, without noisy adapters.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great when working with RCA to Mini Jack Adapter
From my Car Stereo Head Unit, I bought a 15 dollar rca adapter to convert the CD changer port to a standard RCA Input. Go out and buy a 5 dollar RCA to Mini cable and connect that from the RCA adapter to the Auto Kit. Connect your IPOD to the Auto Kit, and away you go. The best sound you can get from your IPOD. No static Cassette, no low sound FM transmitter. Just straight RCA input into your Car Stereo.<br /> Total cost approx. 55 dollars to get the best out of your ipod while charging. After buying two cables and the Auto Kit. 1.5 years and still going...<br /> Worth the buy.

3-0 out of 5 stars Get the DLO charger and save yoursefl $10
This device is not worth the $30+ since the amplifier function is so hit and miss. With my car stereo & iPod mini the signal produced from the "amped" line-out on the charger is about 1/50th of the volume produced just by hooking the tape adapter into the normal audio-out on the iPod. I didn't even think the charger's line out was working at first until I cranked the stereo all the way up with the "amped" line out volume on max. Basically, I paid an extra $10 for a non-feature. In hindsight I should have ordered the DLO charger only for $20 from somewhere else because all I have is a charger.

5-0 out of 5 stars cool product
i bought this product despite the reviews cuz the majority of people reviewing this product used the fm transmitter. i don't use that thing. i use a genric cassette adapter and works like a beauty. i reccomend this highly

1-0 out of 5 stars Too much noise
A risk. Installed in my 2004 Saab it makes tons of noise through the speakers. Installed in my buddy's Jeep (using tape adapter) it makes no noise. So it's a risk to buy this, depending on the electrical of your car. But I can't recommend this item. BTW, I put an email into Belkin tech support for help, and never heard back. ... Read more


76. Belkin F8V3080-APL TuneCast II FM Transmitter- White

our price: $32.99
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Asin: B0001FV2YM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Belkin
Sales Rank: 607
Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

With this handy device you can listen to your favorite tunes through any FM stereo receiver with your iPod, PDA, PC, or laptop, even an MP3, CD, or cassette player from up to 30 feet away. The Belkin TuneCast II Mobile FM Transmitter makes it easy to wirelessly connect portable music players to your car or home stereo FM radio. Simply plug the TuneCast II into the headphone jack of your player or connect it to your PC or laptop computer, then tune your car stereo or receiver to any clear FM frequency.

There's also an auto on/off function that lets the device simply power on whenever an audio signal is detected. If there is no signal, the TuneCast II switches off after 60 seconds, helping to preserve battery life. There's also four programmable memory slots that let you save the clearest station wherever you go. The device comes with a DC cable for optional battery-free operation, but it only works with the Belkin Mobile Power Cord for 3G iPod. Batteries are included. ... Read more

Features

  • Scans all FM frequencies from 88.1 to 107.9MHz (as opposed to the four frequencies other transmitters offer), and you can select the frequency that best enhances your music experience
  • Memorizes up to four FM frequencies, giving you easy and quick access to your favorite songs
  • Unique Auto ON/OFF function frees you from manually toggling your TuneCast II's ON/OFF switch, by simply powering on when an audio signal is detected (switches off after 60 seconds without a signal)
  • Just plug the TuneCast II into the headphone jack of your iPod, PDA, MP3, CD or cassette player, or connect it to your PC or laptop computer
  • Tune your car stereo or receiver to any clear FM frequency, and enjoy your music experience, with more sound and fewer wires!

Reviews (2)

1-0 out of 5 stars Not the answer to traveling w/ your ipod...
I live in a fairly large metropolitan area and many of the lower FM frequencies that would be available in smaller towns are filled here. That being said, it's difficult to find a frequency to tune into with the Tunecast II. The second problem is sound quality...it's not terrible but it's less than cd-quality sound. Third is the Tunecast II's monstrous appetite for AAA batteries. On one car trip (a total of 6 hours of driving) I changed batteries twice. The secondary problem with this battery hog is that it loses its programmed memory when it loses battery power, forcing you to reprogram the frequencies over and over again. Don't waste your money, I'll be returning mine to the store.

1-0 out of 5 stars Purchased and Returned the Same Day
I read the reviews on all these fm transmitters and this seemed to be fairly good with reviews on both ends of the spectrum. However, I had some major beef with this product for several reasons. First because the power cord kept coming out of the transmitter and reseting to the lowest freq. when plugged back in, that resulted in constant reseting the stations. Second, when the frequency was set to a certain station, it would be okay for alittle while then start picking up the signal from the station it was on. Third, the sound quality was not very good because it's only as good as an FM station can be, basically it sounds like the radio. Fourth, it worked best when the receiver was placed as far from the ipod as possible and also not particullarly close to the radio. I just had a lot of difficulties with it...I later talked to a employee at an Apple Store and he said to get the monster cable icarplay. He uses that one and said its much better than all the others he's tried, but still the best way of connecting is hard wiring it your radio if you can. I'm looking into that now and will probably purchase the icarplay if thats not possible. ... Read more


77. Belkin F8T003 Bluetooth USB Adapter * 10M Ra

our price: $33.99
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Asin: B000087LEN
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Belkin
Sales Rank: 2129
Average Customer Review: 3.43 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Offers built-in security using 128-bit encryption and authentication, allowing you to securely access any Bluetooth device without wires
  • Allows you to work at distances of up to 10 meters
  • Works with any device enabled with Bluetooth v1.1 technology
  • Compatible with Windows 98 SE, Me, 2000, and XP and Mac OS X v10.2 and higher

Reviews (7)

2-0 out of 5 stars ummm
I give it two stars because it worked very well right out of the box, installed really well everything.... But when I tried to transfer files from my Tungsten T2, it wouldn't let me...I'm sending it back because I got it for that reason, so I didn't have to be locked up on the computer all day, I could go anywhere in my house and work on my palm, but because I can't get it to transfer files, it's of no use...

5-0 out of 5 stars I am actually putting my Nokia phone's camera to use!
This device installed easily on my WinXP computer. After a few minutes I was putting all my Nokia phone pictures onto my computer. I also uploaded a few pictures into my phone. NICE!!

Now my fellow disc partners all want to buy this gadget so they can get their photos of me retrieving my discs from water traps onto their desktops.

5-0 out of 5 stars Works great connecting my Nokia 3650 to Win XP PC.
great widget - within 10 minutes of ripping open the box I was downloading my Nokia 3650 camera full-o-pix to my Win XP PC.
It is plugged into a USB port on the back of my PC located under my home office desk and it easily connects from anywhere nearby. IMHO it is an easy install, works as advertised, and it is a brand name product with decent documentation, support, etc.. Doug

5-0 out of 5 stars Plug and play on my iMac.
The Belkin F8T003 Bluetooth USB Adapter worked for me right out of the box. I set it up on my iMac (using the Mac OS X Bluetooth Setup Assistant) and was up and running in no time at all. Had a flawless connection to my Nokia 3650 cell phone immediately. I can't say how it would work with a PC, but the disc included has software for that purpose. I've been transfering pictures and ringtones back and forth all week.

This one gets a big thumbs up from me. Though the flashing blue light could stand to be toned down a notch or two.

1-0 out of 5 stars not a good adapter
caused severe system instability and crashes/data loss. I'm pretty experienced with PCs and mine only acts up when I'm using this adapter. ... Read more


78. Belkin Voice Recorder for iPod (F8E462)
list price: $59.99
our price: $32.94
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Asin: B0000TNWU6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Belkin Components
Sales Rank: 1747
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Records personal memos, notes, and interviews easily, on the go
  • Features 16mm speaker for quick playback
  • Requires no software installation, with Plug-and-Play technology; support I already built into the iPOD
  • High quality, omnidirectional microphone
  • Works with iPOD software version 2.1 or later

Reviews (13)

2-0 out of 5 stars OK when it works, but is as reliable as a Chairman Mao watch
Although I experienced problems, I made several recordings that I am happy with before the Belkin iPod Voice Recorder finally broke. Along the way, however, it caused my iPod to freeze, necessitating frequent restarts. One particularly frustrating problem was it occasionally seemed to record fine while actually failing to record anything. Again, only a restart would solve this problem. Of course those problems might be software issues that Apple is responsible for. Nevertheless, Belkin are to blame for the worst problem of all. Finally, I had it attached to my iPod in my pocket, and when I took it out the voice recorder had broken off at the microphone plug. It is so fragile it can break just by simply inserting or removing it from an iPod. It seems Belkin are aware of how fragile it is since they include a protective plastic cover. But that's really a poor solution. The plastic cover only protects it when it's unplugged. And there's no reason it has to be so fragile to begin with. Ironically, since I was in China when it broke, I can't help but think the Belkin iPod Voice Recorder is like one of those cheap Chairman Mao watches that stops working soon after you buy it.

4-0 out of 5 stars Pretty Good
"Voice Memos" are saved in mono WAV files which means it will fill up your iPod much faster than if it had the capability to be saved in MP3. In mono WAV format, I find that 1 minute of recording is equivalent to a 1MB file.
I like the recorder for what I need to do-which is simply to hear meeting/lecture conversations again but not to reproduce or publish them. I've used it in one on one conversations and in an auditorium. It did excellent in the auditorium. But if you record voices too closely to the mic, it doesn't regulate the peaks well. There is no gain control so if you are recording someone who speaks loudly, you will get a bit of this ..zzzzz. vibration due to high peaks. I could imagine this could be a problem for those who are going to use it for reproduction. It's still a genius addition to the iPod. I got what I needed.

1-0 out of 5 stars one and a half stars maybe, but no such rating =p
Let's go through the few pros before discussing the cons:
•It's small.
•It's an ergonomically sound shape, all things considered.
•It has a microphone.
•You can record to your iPod directly.
•I got it for really cheap.
•Useful when it works.
•Does not mess up on long recordings(22 minutes I have done without breaking a sweat, i.e. having to reset the 'pod).

Cons:
•Picks up a significant amount of sound when the iPod's hard disk spins. (Inevitable, but a bother.)
•Very low definition/low quality recordings.
•Freezes the iPod constantly, requiring a reset.
•Occasionally the iPod must be reset for it to turn on after using the recorder.
•High MSRP/SRP for what you get.
•Records to WAV.
•Distorted recording if it is sitting on my desk and I talk loudly into it(about two feet away).
•Does not do well with background noise(it picks up all of it and sounds terrible).
•Belkin cannot justify it being a bad quality device(phone support tells me that the only stipulation of the device is that it requires iPod firmware 2.1 or higher).
•Sometimes does not record.
•Sometimes says it's recording but actually isn't.
•Sometimes illuminates recording light when it isn't actually recording.

Okay, so WAV format I can deal with, but crappy recording quality I cannot deal with. Belkin, you have failed. Maybe it's just that it's difficult to make a functional, integrated voice recorder that's good quality... for the iPod. I don't hear great raves about the iTalk by Griffin, so maybe this is the case.

1-0 out of 5 stars Definitely NOT worth it.
I bought this to use for recordings of my chorus rehearsal.
It froze the iPod.
It lacks the most basic automatic gain control, and clip-distorts anything above a quiet speaking voice.
Alas, I had it longer than 30 days to before I could fully test it.

Some useful lore, if you're one of the unfortunate souls stuck with this device:
Put a piece of cellophane tape over the condenser mike hole (not the speaker holes, the microphone hole.) That attenuates the sound so it's actually useful.

While you're using the device, keep poking at the menus so the iPod NEVER goes to sleep. That seems to prevent the hangups.

Belkin, if you're listening, this device is crap.

1-0 out of 5 stars Not worth the money
Drains battery life too quickly. Jams up the iPod too easily. When recording live music you end up with nothing but white noise. Worthless to me. I'm waiting to see how the Griffin voice recorder does when it comes out in April 04. ... Read more


79. Belkin 2-Port KVM Switch with Bundled Cables (F1DJ102P-B)

our price: $42.99
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Asin: B000087LCG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Belkin Components
Sales Rank: 6923
Average Customer Review: 3.91 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Controls 2 PS/2 computers from 1 console
  • Mouse and keyboard emulation ensure smooth boot-up and operation
  • Hot-key functionality switches ports easily
  • Includes 2 6-foot OmniView KVM cable kits
  • Supports multiple operating systems; 3-year warranty

Reviews (11)

5-0 out of 5 stars Very good deal.
This switch is wonderful. I was worried at first that is was so inexpensive (many KVMs are much more) but it works well. I use it to switch between two computers, one running XP Pro and the other running Server 2003. Both are set to a resolution of 1280x1024 at 85Hz refresh rate. I found that the monitor works best if both computers are set to the same resolution. Switching between the two is painless, using either the switch on the KVM or the keyboard shortcuts. The KVM can also automatically switch but because I leave my computer running Server 2003 on all the time I need to manually switch back and forth. Considering all the cables ar eincluded I think this is a great deal. Just be sure you need the PS2 model. If you have a USB mouse or keyboard then get a KVM that takes USB inputs.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Product for the Price
I bought this switch so I could share a Dell Monitor, Dell ps2 mouse and a Dell ps2 keyboard with my dell desktop and my toshiba laptop.

Plugged it in and everything worked perfectly! It came with 2 sets of cables which is all you need to get this switch working. I have seen one set of cables go for $25 in the stores, so 2 sets of cables and a switch all for under $40 is a great buy!

I also like that you can switch between the two machines using hot keys, since the switch is buried under 1000 cables under my desk.

The design of the switch requires that something be plugged in on every side of the unit, which makes it tough to set it on a table top or desk. However, for the price it's not that big of an issue.

2-0 out of 5 stars Doesn't work with IntelliMouse
I ended up getting an iView USB KVM for $80 (not including extra USB and video cables) that allows me to control 4 computers, including a web server running Linux, and 2 IBM ThinkPad laptops. All computers respond to the extra buttons of the IntelliMouse.

See my review of the Microsoft Natural Pro keyboard for more information.

3-0 out of 5 stars Not for Laptops or docking stations
The packaging indicates that it works with all PC's, so I bought it and connected it to my Desktop and my Laptop. It worked on occasion when I switched to the laptop, and since the documentation said it worked with all PC's I figured I had a driver issue, and would get to it when I could. It wasn't until I called Belkins tech support (very hard to get through to by the way) that I was informed that it does not work with laptops nor is there a fix. The only reason it's still in use in my office is because I need a monitor extension cord.

Nice boat anchor.

3-0 out of 5 stars Not for IBM Thinkpad users with docking station...
I thought I read somewhere that the Belkin KVM worked with a Thinkpad docking station but if I did it doesn't. I decided on the Belkin over the IO Gear hoping it would work but I lost the bet. On top of that it doesn't work well with my wireless keyboard either. The keyboard intermittently loses it's connection and you discover that if you type like me, looking at the keyboard, you can lose half of what you're typing if you don't check once and a while. In a very typical set up this might work fine and I actually liked the beeping that others complained about because I have the KVM under my desk and the noise level is just right. All in all this was an inexpensive gamble and I have lots of very nice spare cables. ... Read more


80. Belkin F5U220 USB 5 Port 2.0 PCI Card
list price: $69.99
our price: $59.99
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Asin: B00005QSPX
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Belkin Components
Sales Rank: 5336
Average Customer Review: 3.89 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Adds 5 USB 2.0 hi-speed ports to your computer
  • Backwards compatible with USB 1.1 devices
  • Supports up to 127 Hi-Speed devices and 254 Full-Speed/Low-Speed devices from 5 ports
  • 480Mbps data speed
  • Plug-and-Play installation

Reviews (9)

5-0 out of 5 stars Plug & Play on Win XP
Works beautifully on XP. Very easy to install. Highly recommended if you need to upgrade a pre-USB 2.0 PC!

5-0 out of 5 stars No problems with Windows ME
The card and driver were installed on a Dell Dimension 4100 running Win ME with no glitches. Be sure to follow the instructions in the proper sequence. Whether it helped or not is debatable, but before I started, I:
1) disabled any anti-virus programs
2) unplugged the USB devices from the original USB 1.0 ports
3) removed the Belkin driver CD before powering down (after downloading the driver)
Scanner downloads are now lightning fast.

1-0 out of 5 stars Simply does not work
I purchased this card, installed it on a Jetway VT266 motherboard with Windows XP installed. This ruined my installation of Windows XP, and I had to reformat my drive. I thought it was simply because I had a cheap motherboard, so I tried it in my Dell - same thing. I have always purchased Beklin products in the past, but will not go near anything Beklin now. If you buy this card, it's a lucky dip as to whether or not it will work on your system. Please - buyer beware.

1-0 out of 5 stars Love Hate
USB 2.0 is wonderful. PCI Cards are very easy to install. Unfortunately the card is odd shaped and does not fit well into all PCs.

5-0 out of 5 stars Works great on Windows XP
I own a Compaq Presario, and I wanted to upgrade to USB 2.0 for my Compact Flash Card Reader. The installation was so simple. When I turned on the computer, it loaded all the drivers automatically. I didn't even touch the thing. The speed on the Compact Flash Card Reader is amazing, much faster than the old USB 1.1 I recommend this product to anyone that wants to upgrade to USB 2.0. Plus there is an internal USB port, simply amazing. ... Read more


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