Posts Tagged ‘Storage’
  • Recycled Keyboard USB Flash Drive
    by Mike
    Posted June 29th, 2009 at 6:36 am
    Often in life we come across certain gadets that are truly a representation of innovation and inginuity. In todays go go go world, instead of recycling or fixing something, people would rather just throw it out and buy something new. Unfortunately, dear mother earth can only carry so much baggage. In regards to tech waste, the less plastics and other electronic materials we can bury in the ground the better. Aiming to fight the good fight, the Recycled Keyboard Key Flash Drives are the res...
  • Caperpillar USB drive ensures kids have plenty of holes to jam things in
    by Mike
    Posted June 25th, 2009 at 5:49 am
    Gadgets aimed towards the younger years of our lives are becoming more common place as increasingly complex electronic circuits make their way into said gadgets. While you, a 42 year old individual may not have the slightest clue about gadgets/computers, chances are your 4-year old grandson could wipe the floor with you in regards to geeky knowledge. What better way to reward little Jimmy than to give him something that will allow him to connect a good number of his gadgets all at once: The ...
  • Looking for a new 1TB hard drive and have a thing for lots of words and pretty charts? [Hard Drive Comparo]
    by Mike
    Posted June 23rd, 2009 at 6:09 am
    Traditional spinning hard drives are now dirt cheap. While just a few short years ago you could easily spend several hundred dollars for just a couple hundred gigs, today you can get a full Terabyte (1,000 Gigabytes) for under $100! My how time flies and technology evolves huh? If you were in the market for a new TB hard drive and wanted to know exactly what your best bang for the buck would be while still keeping speed on the uptick, PC Perspective has nicely put out a thorough review of 1...
  • Samsung finally lifts the veil on their 32GB DDR3 memory
    by Mike
    Posted June 18th, 2009 at 3:33 pm
      While most consumers and even some mid to higher end users won't ever come close to utilizing 32GB worth of RAM, the bragging rights alone are pretty sweet.  Besides, who doesn't want to brag that they have 32GB of RAM inside their computer?  The feat was accomplished with 72, yes 72 4Gb nand chips layed out like ducks in a row in order to bring that 32GB threshold into reality.  Besides the higher storage, the sticks boast a lower 1.5 volt power draw which means good 'ol mother earth...
  • Rocky Balboa USB drives
    by Mike
    Posted June 18th, 2009 at 9:44 am
    It seems the fad of cramming a USB drive into any and every object is not going away anytime soon folks.  That realization is all to apparent after seeing the latest thing to get a piece of metal rammed inside: The Rocky Balboa Crunching USB Drive.  This is not a joke.  If you are soooo in love with the Rocky movies and want to express that love to the rest of the world through the art of USB displaying, by all means, buy this now.  If Rocky himself wasn't your favorite, you can also...
  • The Handmade Duck/USB Drive
    by Mike
    Posted June 17th, 2009 at 9:23 am
    Have a thing for arts and crafts?  Like to get your hands dirty (figuratively speaking)?  If you answered yes and yes, then the Handmade Duck USB drive is just the thing for you.  While you yourself don't actually stitch anything together, having a digital device that looks so "natural" is truly unique and sure to wow your knitting buddies.  Besides, who likes the sight of unsightly and garish plastic casings?  Why not enjoy your mobile data storage with something softer and a more "do...
  • R2-D2 Pez dispenser/USB drive here to save the day
    by Mike
    Posted June 17th, 2009 at 6:58 am
    Perhaps two of the worst things to experience in life are a massive case of data loss and hunger.  While one will physically drain you to the point of eventual death, the other will simply make you wish that you were dead.  Thankfully there is a higher power looking out for us in the form of a cute little droid.  The R2-D2 Pez dispenser and USB flash drive combo will solve as mentoined previously, two of life's most daunting testing.  No longer do you have to suffer the loss of years of...
  • Apple shafts users of new MBP’s - gives them a case of the slowzies with 1.5Gbit Sata interface
    by Mike
    Posted June 15th, 2009 at 9:50 am
    Usually when you purchase a more expensive, newer product, the product tends to be better than the older model it is replacing in every way, top to bottom.  If you were thinking of including that logic and Apple in the same though process, you may want to start from scratch as Apple is chaging things up just a bit.  While the new MBP's are amazing in everyway, faster, cheaper, more feature packed, there is now one big flaw that is quickly turning into a PR nightmare for the almighty Cupert...
  • Gifts for Geeky Girls - Flower USB Hub
    by Mike
    Posted June 11th, 2009 at 8:19 am
    Whenever a geek stumbles upon a fine looking young lady who also happens to have a thing for gadgets, it is as if the heavens have descended down upon him, riches rain from the skies, pigs fly, and Michael Jackson reappears black again.  Everything seems perfect once a true gadget nerd finds that special lady.  Regardless if she is as in to gadgets as you are, why not spread your seed (loaded word...too many puns...sorry, couldn't help it) by giving her something that says you care in a ge...
  • WWF Penguin Flash Drive: For those who care about the planet.
    by Mike
    Posted June 11th, 2009 at 5:38 am
    While many "novelty" flash drives often come off looking stupid, this penguin flash drive will "different", has a good cause to back it up.  When you purchase a WWF Penguin Flash Drive, a part of the proceeds are donated to the World Wildlife Fund - a rather noble cause, considering how much animal ecosystem we humans are destroying with each passing day.  Other than the good cause, the drive is pretty simple by flash drive standards.  With a simple "cap" design, you remove the head to ex...
  • Have an old toaster? What about an old hard drive? Why not combine the two?
    by Mike
    Posted June 10th, 2009 at 4:05 pm
    Come on, admit it.  There have been times when you've been sitting down looking at the toaster in an endless daze thinking about how you can turn it into something not so ordinary.  If you're having trouble visualizing something more techy for your plain jane toaster, I'll give you a hint - look at the bread slots.  Gee, what other tech related object looks like it could fit in there?  If you were thinking about hard drives, you sir (or mam) would be correct.  The Toaster Style Hard Dri...
  • Add an extra level of security to your digital bits with the USB Fingerprint Security Flash Drive
    by Mike
    Posted June 10th, 2009 at 8:26 am
    Fingerprint scanners and readers are becoming more ubiquitous on laptops as the threat of theft with a mobile device is obviously much higher than that of a desktop based computer. Flash drives with encryption technologies are nothing new either. However, blending the two while itself also is not "new", is still something that isn't widely seen in the flash drive scene yet. If mobile security is at the top of you list, you may want to give the USB Fingerprint Security Flash Drive a look. W...
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