This is one of the best examples there are of the problem you will face: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BBC_Domesday_Book
It might be better to ask how you can keep the data alive rather than in suspended animation. Assuming the Internet will still be around that long from now (either as we now know it or in some mutated/evolved form containing everything ...
Baseus GaN 120W PD charger would be the one to consider.
It doesn't exactly has 4 ports, but it has 3 ports that all support QC and some support PD. I have a cheaper 65W model, which can support 2 ports working in PD or QC mode simultaneously, but doesn't support QC on all ports at the same time, but I think this one is much ...
I solved it with a combination of the following devices:
Extron SMX 44 USB
Extron SW4 USB Plus
The price was high but still okay buying used devices.
It turned out the device emulation (keyboard and mouse) is not a problem in my case, it even helped!
These small splitters should be avoided at all costs. As Benson Leung's post explains
There are no active components inside. It bridges many pins (power, data, gnd, cc) among the three USB-C connectors). What this means is that your phone or laptop can negotiated much higher voltage than vSafe5V, and that will just magically show up on the other USB-C ...
It seems there are no USB sticks with hardware write switch of such small form-factor as Kingston SE9 (39mm of length). There are some alternatives smaller (shorter) than Kanguru SS3.
Kanguru FlashBlu30 - 64mm (8-64GB) / 71mm (128-256GB)
Netac U336 - 67.5mm
Kanguru Defender 3000 - 72.2mm
Kanguru SS3 is long 77mm
searching for a small SD ...
Worst webcam? Ok, then you will need something bad and cheap as a rock. However it's hard to find anything you specified and making sure it will work. (cheap products like to break a lot)
I recommend getting a cam with low FPS (30 should be enough in your case) and as low megapixels as possible. Try using it in the dim room or sticking a translucent sticker ...
You will find what you are looking for listed as a USB DAC (Digital to Analog Converter) even though technically, toslink is not analog and you may not need the DAC functionality for your purpose.
There is a long list on amazon. This one claims to be Plug-and-play and need no drivers.
There is no USB-C splitter come out this year because there is not single produced chipset for USB-C Splitter/Hub.
And if your laptop using USB-C for charging input there, the data pin is locked automatically because it was for reading voltage and making it to lock the pin for setting data input or voltage input in charging mode.
Explanation in USB-C pin:
You want a disk that will hold data for centuries?
OK, let me introduce M-DISC
Unlike other disks, M-DISC data can actually survive up to 1000 years. It looks almost the same as normal CD but it's more glossy.
You can simply buy an external Hard drive case plus a hard drive of your choice.
For a 3.5" drive, I've found this two options:
Unykach UK 35303
Then, you can attach any 3TB, 4TB or 6TB 3.5" drive you wish.
In case wou want to use a standard USB 3.1 enclosure, you can easily find USB 3.1 to USB C cables.
A lower capacity solution but ...
If I understand the question properly you are looking for a USB hub wich connects to the computer through Bluetooh instead of using a cable, am I right?
In that case such a thing does not exists because Bluetooth is a very slow protocol and would not be USB compliant, not only because of the speed but because of the lattency, causing devices to disconnect ...
The keyboard request you've put in sounds like you would like a mechanical tenkeyless keyboard. It sounds like you would dislike chiclet or membrane keyboards which are usually more low profile. Mechanical keyboards prevent ghosting keys, are usually a lot more sturdy, and have a much farther key travel distance than scissor switch membrane keyboards. Your ...
You want a "Sound Mixer". If you are working with analog audio signals, there are several options: Here is a cheap one that has 4 inputs and here is a battery powered option with better quality that has 2 inputs.
Unfortunately there are not any devices that share a USB connection between multiple hosts. That is just a limitation of USB. USB was ...
A key feature you need for this that many of the cheapest solutions don't offer is full isolation between the mains input and the USB port. I did a search on the term "USB multimeter with isolation" and came up with the following product that I've never used but I think might fit the bill:
It runs at $US105 from Amazon and from the user ...
Western Digital has a line of these. The 16 GB version sells for $7 in their store, the 128GB version sells for $20, and the 256GB version is $37.
The Western Digital data sheet does not show dimensions. The Raspberry Pi Zero mechanical specs show a distance of 12.6mm, from the center of J1 to the center of J10, both to the right side of the board's bottom ...
As of 1H 2021 no cheap USB hubs exist which would pass the DisplayPort signal.
Some hubs are the same as old USB hubs, they take USB signals and emit USB signals and do nothing else. This time, they might do it at 10gbps speed and offer two or four USB C ports. Some examples include the Tripp-lite U460-004-2A2C-2, IOgear GUH3C22P, Sitecom CN-386 (rare C ...
Looks like there is now a docking station with USB-C data, USB-C displayport out and USB-A hub. Available with Thunderbolt 3 or regular USB-C host connection.
It's just a bit pricey at USD ~250
There is a good chance that with Thunderbolt 4 I will finally get the hardware I want. Since all Thunderbolt 3 devices could also pass USB C DisplayPort alternate mode. And assuming Thunderbolt 4 keeps this feature and now adds hubs, I have a solution where I can split off a USB-C DisplayPort signal.
This is highly speculative but it makes sense. Price could ...