Updates from Low Earth Orbit
The burger chain Lotteria, in a collaboration project with Attack on Titan (Shingeki no Kyojin in Japanese), is going to release the ¥2,000 burger combo called "10m-kyu Shingeki no Kyojin Hoshoku Set (10m級進撃の巨人捕食セット - Predatory Set for Titan as big as 10-meter high)" and the ¥1,600 french fries combo called "Cho Ogata! Sasha no Imo-musume Set (超大型！サシャの芋娘セット - Supersize! Sasha's Potato Girl Set)" in limited quantities. They will be released on March 20.
ANA, One of the major Japanese airlines, has announced that they are finally going to start offering in-flight Wi-Fi access, provided by OnAir of Switzerland, on March 1.
First, they will introduce the service for a few of their Boeing 777-300ER and Boeing 767-300 aircraft, which usually fly to Europe, the U.S. and some Asian counties. Then, they will add the service to more airplanes for a total of 28 aircraft by the end of this year.
Japan Communications Inc. (JCI) is going to start providing the new USB internet connecting service b-mobile4G USB Nikagetsu Teigaku (2-month flat-rate) for ¥27,686 on March 1.
Sanwa Supply just started selling a wireless mouse "400-MA052" for ¥2,980.
This wireless mouse runs without a battery or battery charging. It is powered wirelessly from the accompanying mouse pad.
Once you connect the mouse pad to a USB port, it starts producing a magnetic field, powering the wireless mouse's circuit.
- Wireless mouse: W67 x H37 x L105mm, 72g
- Mouse pad: W105 x H215 x L15mm, 140g / Cable length: 1.4m
Buffalo's new USB flash drive RUF3-HSLTV series has the virus check function Trend Micro USB Security 2.1, which is able to prevent uncertainty and infection from viruses when you save data.
If you want to make sure your USB flash drive is not infected and avoid spreading viruses to your associates, RUF3-HSLTV series can be very useful.