Posts Tagged ‘flash drive’
  • Concrete USB drive displays weight as storage, storage as weight.
    by Mike
    Posted May 25th, 2010 at 7:47 pm
    Tired of glowing USB drives masked as farm animals and other obnoxious, random objects? Yeah, me too. But this concrete flash drive that displays it's weight which also doubles as it's storage, I'm totally diggin'. I know all of you out there probably have at least half a dozen flash drives. That may be true. But if you've got that many, what's one more? Too bad this is only a concept 'cause I would be all over these. Here's to hoping -- yet again -- that some manufacturer picks up such...
  • Seagate Momentus XT hybrid hard drive gets flogged.
    by Mike
    Posted May 24th, 2010 at 11:01 am
    Last week we touched on some new and interesting news possibly coming from Seagate. And wouldn't you know it, our guestimate was spot on (as was many other peoples'). The new Seagate Momentus XT was put through it's paces by Hothardware and found to be "in between a WD Scorpio Blue and Seagate Barracuda 7200.11" in terms of overall speed. So no, this hybrid tech won't be a worth contender to SSD"s and users looking for the ultimate in speed. For that, a blazing fast, wallet slaying SSD i...
  • Re-live the glory days with the NES Controller Flash Drive
    by Mike
    Posted April 26th, 2010 at 9:36 am
    The NES was truly a staple of gaming back in the day. While other systems were languishing in averageness and confusion, the Nintendo console came along and caused an explosion in the gaming scene. But those days are long gone. Thankfully, the memories and functionality of that old gaming great don't have to be. The NES Controller Flash Drive is a perfect example of how the old can become new again... (more...)...
  • Fido can finally have his very own flash drive…
    by Mike
    Posted March 24th, 2010 at 3:49 am
    Dog tags as a means of self identification for your four legged friend are sooooo 1890. Come on guys, let's get with the program here. Shall we? The Pet ID Tag is the dog tag of the year 2010 and beyond. Essentially it's just a rugged flash drive that can be affixed to your pooch's collar giving whoever finds them in the unfortunate misplacing, a quick, clear, and easy way to get your lost mutt back to your happy, humble abode. It's a great idea really. At only $14.99, it's at least consi...
  • USB/eSATA combo flash drive a boon to those with a knack for speed…
    by Mike
    Posted March 22nd, 2010 at 9:53 am
    Transferring large files onto flash drives these days, with multi-GB sized files, can be painfully slow at best, agonizingly tragic at worst. This is all over USB mind you. Extremely portable solutions other than USB are pretty much non-existent. Granted, once USB 3.0 starts going mainstream, USB 3.0 flash drives will of course flood the market and make us consumers happy campers. But what do we do until then? Use the Active Media Products USB/eSATA flash drive combo. The beauty of this ...
  • The biggest flash drive in the whole universe: The Moserbaer USB Flash Drive….Truck
    by Mike
    Posted March 15th, 2010 at 9:09 pm
    128GB flash drives -- psh. They don't have anything on the Moserbaer USB flash drive truck...yes, truck. Seems the clever marketing team behind Moserbaer truly know how to get some attention, for it was them who whipped up this little semi mod you see above. So a typical high capacity flash drive such as the Corsair GT 128 GB behemoth is "the king" if you will. Just imagine how many of those Corsair GT's you could cram into the back of this semi. Ya, that's a lot of storage. According ...
  • Going to a rave? You need this USB stick.
    by Mike
    Posted March 9th, 2010 at 6:35 am
    Rave's are one of those social gatherings that draw in so many young people with their hip beats, fancy light shows, fog machines, and all kinds of other forms of entertainment. Such a lifestyle isn't your typical nerd lifestyle as we are more quiet/shy/stay and play on my computer in my room type. But maybe you want to branch out from your room, hmm? This multi-colored USB drive features a glass body with various colored LED's inside that represent different types of data as well as the ...
  • WTFJeans, WTF!
    by Jordan
    Posted March 7th, 2010 at 2:44 am
    It doesn't matter who you are, or what you do for a living, you use technology/gadgets (I would assume) in some way or another. And there are companies on top of companies that are rolling out different ways for you to manage and carry these devices, well, we were just handed another one. A team of two, both "online addicts and bloggers" have designed a pair of jeans that will not only keep you styling, *cough* but will also give that iPhone or iPod touch the special protection it deserves. Th...
  • The ultimate triple dog dare: Man swallows flash drive to “obstruct” information from Secret Service.
    by Mike
    Posted March 2nd, 2010 at 8:02 pm
    If you ever found yourself on the wrong side of the law, just how far would you go in evading the 5-0? Would you run on foot, by scooter, car, or plane? Would you pull knife, gun, rocket launcher, plasma shifting uber weapon? All of these and more are thoughts that go through a persons head in the few seconds in which they transform from innocent, frightened civilian to hardened criminal. I'm sure that running on a scooter and shooting plasma beams at the police is a much more favorable "goi...
  • The USB Econo-hub special: A glow in the dark, plastic eagle.
    by Mike
    Posted February 9th, 2010 at 12:36 am
    What would you say if I gave you a USB hub that was made out of cheap plastic, a crystal eagle, and featured gimmicky blue LED's? You'd probably laugh and hopefully take the joke in good stride. There is of course the ever persistent danger that you'd take that econo-hub and chuck it right back at my face. Seeing as how it costs next to nothing, the loss after it fell to the ground and shattered would be relatively painless. The fake crystal shards in my face however, would not be. On the b...
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