flash drive

  • Look, a hand carved, Alien-themed flash drive for sale

    I can appreciate this hand carved alien flash drive after making a few wooden flash drives myself. It’s clever, seems well done, but is it really worth $155? [Etsy via geeky-gadget] Read More

  • This steampunk flash drive makes the meme sexy again

    The steampunk movement is officially dead – except on Warehouse 13 – but this handmade flash drive is still eff’n cool. Apparently some of the gears even move when the flash drive is powered. The Russian maker used some old clock and electronic parts found at a “rag fair.” All I know is that it’s sweet and I want one. [ModNews.ru via English Russia]
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  • The Quirky Split Stick, the first double-headed flash drive

    Looking for an easy way to separate two kinds of data? Maybe, business documents on one side, music on the other (business in the front, party in the back)? Quirky design might have just the product for you with the Split Stick. Read More

  • Kingston outs the first 256GB flash drive

    First off, you can’t afford this flash drive. But even if you can, you shouldn’t buy it. I mean, today, it will cost you $900, but we all know next year it will be $90, if not less. So take a good look at the Kingston DataTraveler 300 and drift off into a dream of what the future holds for SSDs and flash drives. Read More

  • A USB flash drive sealed with wax

    There is something classy and timeless about a wax seal. This porcelain and silicone USB drive brings it back into style. Now, we just all need to wear a signet ring with our Twitter pic as a seal. Read More

  • Yes we can put Obama's face on a thumbdrive and sell it for $9.99

    Are you into our President? Prove it by carrying this Obama 2GB flash drive from Active Media Products. You’d be pretty hard-pressed to say that this was anything other than a cynical marketing ploy, but whatevs, it’s the POTUS! Read More

  • A mechanical flash drive too cool to be steampunk

    Stunning. Too bad it’s $165 and there is only one for sale. The key is made out of purple heart & has approximately 26 Ruby’s which look great when the key catches the light, & when the Keys plugged into a USB, it glows green from underneath the gears giving the key a good sense of movement. A couple more pics after the jump. Read More

  • 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

  • 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

  • The EagleTec USB Nano flash drive: it doesn't get much smaller

    Will you look at that. That’s one tiny flash drive. The EagleTec USB Nano takes small to a whole new, and welcomed, level. No longer are we going to be subject to large appendages sticking out of our laptop’s side. Oh now, now that this drive is out from EagleTec, chances are we’ll see ’em from other manufacturers too. But really, the EagleTec one seems good ‘nough. Read More

  • New MIMOBOT drives

      I always like MIMOBOT usb drives since they’re kinda like vinyl figurines, but are actually functional. These new ones are no different. Choose from a new selection including the Pirate Nero, Fairybit and Pastaio. Make sure to check out the great deals on the site too. My personal favorite, the Boba Fett (which features a helmet cap which when removed reveals Boba’s face) is on… Read More