Green House

Editor - July 22, 2015

A mini casino can be attached to your laptop - and do some data expansion! Green House is going to release 2 playful casino-themed USB drives in late July.
Green House is going to release a rugged USB flash drive GH-UFI-XSB series for industrial use in early February. It guarantees its actuation in a -40 to -85 degree Celsius brutal operating environment.

Editor - October 14, 2014

Green House is going to release a camera strap bag called "INSTRAP" for 2,500 yen in late October.

INSTRAP is a shoulder strap for a DSLR or mirrorless camera, which comes with a pouch to store camera accessories such as a lens cap and memory card.

There are 2 sizes available.

S-size

  • Width of strap: 35mm
  • Length of strap: 500-750mm
  • Size: W80×D40×H200mm
  • Weight: 80g


L-size

Green House is going to release a cigar socket USB charger adapter "GH-CCU2A" in mid-August.

GH-CCU2A has 2 USB ports built-in so that it is able to simultaneously charge up to 2 devices at a time such as a smartphone, iPhone and iPad. Each port is compatible with up to 2.1A output, which enables you to charge 2 iPads at the same time.

It has an overcorrect protective fuse and LED light to check the condition of its power distribution.

Green House is going to release a beach ball-like inflatable LED solar lantern GH-LED10SLA series in mid-July.

The solar lantern GH-LED10SLA is IPX6 waterproof. As well as being able to be compact when not in use, it doesn't require a battery. So, it is best to be used for outdoor actives and in emergencies.

It also has a handle with hook-and-loop fastener so that you can hang it while using it.

Green House is going to release an LED lantern in mid-June that generates electricity by water and salt.

It doesn't need any batteries or electric charge. Just by pouring salt water into the lantern, ion seeps out of the built-in magnesium metallic bar and generates electric power.

Ocean water can be used so that it could be the perfect tool for emergencies and outdoor activity.

Akihabaranews.com - Green House - 980yen bus-powered card reader

 

Green House is going to release a new card reader/writer (GH-CRM1A-BK), which is compatible with 51 different kinds of media, for ¥980, in early November.

It is a bus-powered device so that you don't need an AC adapter.

Price: ¥980
Compatible OS: Windows 8.1 / 8 / 7 / Vista / XP (32bit SP2 or later), Mac OS X 10.4 or later
USB: USB2.0 / USB1.1
Data transfer speed: Maximum 480Mbps (USB2.0), 12Mbps (USB1.1)
Weight: 25.2g
Size: W69.2×D42.2×H13.6mm
Length of cable: 9.5cm

 

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