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Author Archives: Sam Morgan

The New Plugable Travel Power Station (It’s a great charger at home, too!)

Have you ever forgotten your phone charger at a hotel? I know I have. It’s awfully frustrating to get home, unpack, and realize I have no way to charge my phone. All because the wall outlet in my hotel room was back behind the nightstand, tough to reach and easy to forget about. Combine a […]

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Add Bluetooth® Capability to your Existing Home Stereo System

Small, simple adapter from Plugable retrofits existing speakers to support Bluetooth audio. High-fidelity audio has been a worldwide obsession for many years, which means most homes have at least one decent stereo system. As technology has evolved, audio quality hasn’t really improved (some would argue it’s worse than it used to be), but convenience has […]

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New Plugable Bluetooth Headset Supports Both Calling and Virtual Assistant Features

Launching today for just $19.95 (USA), the Plugable Bluetooth Headset supports all standard Bluetooth headset calling features plus one-button access to Siri, Google Now, and other Voice Assistants. Support for voice control of devices is ubiquitous these days. It came to popularity with Siri when the iPhone 4S was unveiled along with iOS 5. Now […]

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The New and Improved Plugable USB2-MICRO-250X Digital Microscope

We have received overwhelming positive feedback from schools, hobbyists and awesome parents making science a lot more interesting to their children with the USB2-MICRO-200X. So you might ask, why improve on something that is already a favorite with the customers? The answer is simple: Because we knew it could be better! The USB2-MICRO-250X boasts improvements […]

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Plugable’s Line of USB-C Products

With the announcement of the USB Type-C connector last year, everything changed. A reversible, universal, multi-mode, charging, up to 10Gb/s data cable? Yes please! This blows any other connection standard out of the water. You can imagine a utopian future where all computers have standardized on USB type-C ports. In recent months, we’re finally starting to […]

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