flash drives

 
  • A bunch of random flash drives

    A bunch of random flash drives

    Got a DIY itche like I do? Need some inspiration? You may wanna check out these 35 creative USB flash drives for some creative juice. Some can be constructed with nothing more than a Dremel and super glue. Read More

  • The transforming Ravage flash drive has more than meets the eye

    The transforming Ravage flash drive has more than meets the eye

    Transformers! There is more than meets the eye. Flash drives in disguise. Transformers. Read More

  • LEGO! Flash Drives!

    LEGO! Flash Drives!

    Some geeks are extremely obsessed with LEGO. You know who you are. We're not showing these homemade LEGO flash drives for you. Oh no, we're not supporting your addiction. This post is for the rest of us who enjoy a well-built LEGO creation, but don't lose girlfriends over the damn blocks. Read More

  • SanDisk announces push button backup flash drive. Hold me back!

    SanDisk announces push button backup flash drive. Hold me back!

    SanDisk announced today that they are creating a USB thumb drive based backup system, where you essentially plug the drive into your computer, and then push the button. The drive will then magically back up your files using their new software. Sounds like a good option for mom and dad... or baby. Read More

  • OCZ adds eSATA in Throttle flash drives for quicker pr0n transfers

    OCZ adds eSATA in Throttle flash drives for quicker pr0n transfers

    USB 2.0 was great a few years ago when flash drives were measured in megabytes but now that they are reaching double-digit gigabytes, the interface can be a tad slow. OCZ understands that and hooked its latest flash drive up with eSATA for the main interface. Thanks to eSATA, the Throttle can read at 90MB per second and write at 30MB. That speed is fast enough to playback HD material, according to… Read More

  • 'fix' USB drive with passive port cover

    'fix' USB drive with passive port cover

    The problem with USB flash drives is the damn cover. It’s impossible not to lose and the slider covers seem so janky but this design solves everything. Just look at it. Brilliant! The silicon cover naturally expands and covers the male plug when it’s not in the computer. To bad it’s just a concept so until it hits the market, I’ll stick with my wooden thumb drives. Read More

  • Han Solo frozen-in-carbonite USB flash drive

    Han Solo frozen-in-carbonite USB flash drive

    Over on Etsy.com’s handmade marketplace, you’ll find a USB flash drive of Han Solo frozen in Carbonite. And, yes, it’s sold out. But since everything on Etsy is sold directly by the creators, there’s a good chance that we might see another slow rollout of these handmade drives. When they were in stock, the 1GB Han drives sold for $25. Han Solo Carbonite USB Flash Drive… Read More

  • U.S. military bans flash drives to prevent spread of worm

    U.S. military bans flash drives to prevent spread of worm

    The military, in an effort to stop the spread of a destructive worm, has banned the use of flash drives, CDs and other media by its personnel. The ban applies to computers connected two Department of Defense networks, the non-secure NIPRNet and the secure SIPRNet. The worm, Agent.biz, is spread by the use of flash drives and the like. Once a computer has been infected, the worm fetches code from… Read More

  • SanDisk and Veoh team up on U3-enabled flash drives

    SanDisk and Veoh team up on U3-enabled flash drives

    Owners of the SanDisk Cruzer line of flash drives might be interested to learn that its now possible to launch the Veoh Web Player directly from the U3 interface that pops up when the drive is inserted into a USB port. You can use the Veoh software to schedule and download various types of web video directly to your Cruzer drive to create and ever-changing, on-the-go content library. The Veoh… Read More

  • Lighter doubles as an 8GB flash drive

    Lighter doubles as an 8GB flash drive

    Here’s the perfect complement to the USB flash drive with built-in bottle opener we told you about a few weeks ago. It’s a Zippo-style lighter with 8GB of storage and a USB connection — because you can never have lighter fluid too close to your computer. It costs $60, which might seem a bit steep, but if you’re still smoking in this day and age, you’ve no doubt gotten… Read More