Sure, why not? Ethical, fair trade USB devices

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A company in Belgium called United Pepper is behind a line of USB devices that are assembled in a fair trade-certified factory in Vietnam. The devices include a USB webcam called Lili (seen above) and a USB hub called Oscar (seen here). On top of being made in a factory with fair wages and working conditions, the devices themselves are made from environmentally-friendly materials and packaged in 100% recycled plastic.

The prices aren’t all that outrageous either: $44.90 for the 1.3-megapixel webcam and $29.90 for the four-port USB 2.0 hub.

[United Pepper products via Red Ferret]

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