Check out this cute and Ghoulish USB drives from USB Geek! I think this is by far my favorite USB design among the other designs – of course, the humping dog USB was rather cute too, in a very unbecoming way…
# High-Speed USB 2.0 certified
# Durable solid rubber casing
# Hot Plug and Play; Functions like another hard drive
# No driver needed for most operating systems
# Support: Windows Vista, XP, 2000 and Mac OS
# Dimension: 44 x 22.5 x 13mm
# Weight: 12g
# Capacity: 2Gig
So, is Corpse, Blood, Mr. Black or Mr. White going home with you tonight?
This is another ingenius idea from the Thanko group of USB-loving inventors. You can now heat your food with this USB-powered lunchbox. No more cold soups or long walks to the microwave oven to zap your food in place.
In case of an Ebola outbreak due to bio-terror attacks or maybe due to the filthy neighbor’s perfect breeding ground, you might want to wear a mask. And i am sure when you wear a mask, you would feel warm due to the condensation inside the masks which prevents ventilation. Well, if you ever have that problem, Thanko has solved it for you with the Thanko Face Mask, which is USB friendly and it cools you down within the mask. Made with a silicon, light weight fan installed within the mask, your wearing pleasure is heighten and it increases overall satisfaction.
Forget the Ebola virus example, because i forgot scientist wears masks too in labs. So this would be useful. Especially since it has a long, long, long USB cord for you to move around.
Okay so you have this important project on hand that you just completed on your computer. Your comp class teacher taught you that no matter what you need to always back up your projects so they don’t get lost. And heeding that advice you took up that really cheap sale on USBs thumbdrives and now have 20 for back up uses.
It takes times to back up your stuff on all 20 USB thumbdrives so you use NeXCopy where you can back up your stuff on on 20 thumbdrives simultaneously!
So, the above is just a gist of what you can do with NeXCopy as in reality no one really copies anything to 20 thumbdrives save for maybe a very very small eccentric handful. But it could get useful. Maybe u want to share porn to 20 of your pals and they all brought their thumdrives. Sweetness :)
Eccentricity does not come cheap my friends, NeXcopy is priced at $1299 a piece.
Nothing is geekier than customizing your own thumbdrive’s design layout. I mean, look if you could sandblast your initials or a design you created, it makes the thumb drive special. It makes it yours.
So Pexagon came up with this brilliant idea of letting you customize your thumb drive online with 4 easy steps. And then u can start customizing the capacity of your thumb drive that starts with 512MB and up. The largest capacity with all the customized factors should set you back only $52 bucks. Not bad for a geek symbol.
It’s a bee, it’s a fly…no, it’s a USBee! This bendable neck USB that looks like a bee is not a promotional tool for the sucky Bee Movie. It’s actually a stand alone product that looks like, well, a bee.
It’s sexy bee curvature makes you want to own one, naturally. Anything shiny is eye catching, what more if it beds. It also comes with a heat ventilator too…how awesome is that? :D
Only if YOU are not the owner of the Ironkey that is. Say hello to the world’s impenetrable thumb drive for that important project you don’t want your colleague’s grubby hands on. The best part is if they do try to take the info inside with their grubby hands, your thumb drive will self destruct in all its 4 gig glory.
Passwords can be hacked, but not the IronKey. It’s built to withstand attacks both virtual and physical. 10 incorrect password attempts, and the encryption chip self-destructs, making the contents of the flash drive totally unreadable. The contents of the drive are filled with epoxy, so if a hacker tries to physically access the chips, he’d more likely damage them instead. Even if he did get access to the memory chips, they’d be worthless without the encryption chip. Electron-shielded, even a scanning electron microscope can’t get inside.
This four port USB gadget thingamajig looks like something you can buy off the shelves of Toys’R'US. It is a good thing, since the time we all turned into adults, we do need to include as much fun stuff in our life so that we are reminded of the child within us. Anyway, this USB Star Hub can rotate 180 degrees or reconstructed into a the lochness monster to accommodate your workspace, which is twice the bang for buck – it’s kiddy fun AND functional. It’s only available to the bigger percentage of computer users, that means Macs are out.
Pick one up for $12 and make someone happy. Oh Xmas gift is a fine idea too :)