Posts Tagged ‘USB’
  • 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...
  • Airplane USB Hub/USB Fan the perfect gift for the aviation lover
    by Mike
    Posted June 27th, 2009 at 8:57 am
    While I have seen quite a few versions of the lowly USB Hub, this particular one is rather unique. Instead of being just your average, run-of-the-mill 4-Port USB hub, the makers of the Airplane hub decided to throw in an actual spinning propeller on the front of the hub to keep all of you overheating gadgets and geeks nice and cool. If you're worried about having to constantly deal with a spinning propeller freezing you to death and sapping non-stop energy, don't. Their is a convenient...
  • 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 ...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Kingston ups the ante with 128GB DataTraveler 200….If only the cost was $200…
    by Mike
    Posted June 16th, 2009 at 6:48 am
    Mobile users and globe trotters who need the upmost in mobility and storage size have met their match: the Kingston 128GB DataTraveler 200.  This tiny little drive (phsycially) packs in an astonishing 128GB of storage space - enough for practically anything.  If size isn't everything to you, other notable features include built-in password protection, Windows ReadyBoost capabilities, and a rugged, cappless design.  Sticker shock time - $546 means only the deepest pockets and biggest mobil...
  • Iceberg humping Elephant USB drive great for the kids
    by Mike
    Posted June 15th, 2009 at 12:56 pm
    Maybe my mind is a tad in the gutter this fine Monday afternoon...so what.  I call it as I see it.  Childish humor aside, the Elephant USB drive does as most USB drives do, storing data, except with a small twist that not all drives offer - water protection.  Housed inside a removable silicon jacket, the house of colors (available in black, blue, pink and brown) Elephant Flash Drive will give the youngsters a generous 4GB of storage.  What do those youngin's have that could fill that?  ...
  • Mario fanatics and mushroom lovers rejoice: The Mario Mushroom
    by Mike
    Posted June 15th, 2009 at 6:21 am
    Retro gamers and modern geeks alike will surely appreciate this latest display of USB flash drive creep into every possible realm of the human world.  The Mario Mushroom USB Drive is just what you'd expect - a flash drive modeled after the famed red mushroom from the now epic and classic Super Mario Brothers games of yesteryear.  If 4GB of storage is plenty for you, the lighter mobile user, the Mario Mushroom drive may be just the drive for you.  It allows you to carry a good amount of po...
  • USB Fan blows it old school
    by Mike
    Posted June 12th, 2009 at 7:15 am
    One of the biggest complaints in office spaces today is in regards to temperature. Some are too hot. Some are too cold. While others remain blissfully unaware what exactly is going on around them. While you can buy various smaller office/cubicle sized fans, why not go the extra mile and downsize a tad more? Get more personal with your fan. The Retro USB Fan will not only fit in tiny spaces, it will also keep you cool and impress your golden oldie co-workers with it's attractive 1930's st...
  • 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...
  • For those special moments in life…USB Bean Microwave
    by Mike
    Posted June 9th, 2009 at 5:16 am
    Who wants a nice bag of freshly popped popcorn or decadent rich chocolate when you can have something so much better? What could be better than fresh popcorn or chocolate? Beans. But, beans pose a small problem. They taste much better when warm, something that isn't exactly common straight from the can. Computer squatters and bean lovers everywhere rejoice. The USB Bean Microwave is your gadget that will effectively blend your two loves and bring a new sense of wholeness to your life. S...
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