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Bayer Contour USB Meter

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on September 23rd, 2009

Bayer Contour USB MeterThis is a useful device for those suffering from diabetes. The Contour USB meter from Bayer Diabetes Care is the only blood glucose monitor that plugs directly into a computer. This will give users instant access to information that can help them with their diabetes management. Knowledge is power.

The device comes with Glucofacts DELUXE software for easy retrieval of data and longer-term tracking and analysis of blood glucose test results. The Bayer Contour USB meter holds up to 2,000 test results so that patients can see trends and patterns in their blood glucose levels.

Snoopy Flying Ace USB hub

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on September 13th, 2009

Snoopy Flying Ace USB hubIf you are a Snoopy/Peanuts fan, you’ll want to add this Snoopy Flying Ace USB hub to your desktop collection. You probably already have a Snoopy laptop anyway. Just plug the Snoopy USB hub into your computer’s USB port and Snoopy and his plane will start moving.

You can pretend he’s fighting the Red Baron, despite the fact that there’s no Red Baron. And the fight will take place entirely in your imagination and on your desk and not in the sky. In fact the thing looks silly, moving up and down like a kid’s ride outside of a department store. But if you like such things it will cost you $58.67 USD. Video below.

USB mosquito repellent dongle

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on September 8th, 2009

USB mosquito repellent dongleThe USB port is one versatile port. We use it for storage, charging, playing with USB toys and now for the USB mosquito repellent dongle. That’s right, you can now repel mosquitoes via USB. Assuming the device works anyway.

At least it will only cost you $6 to find out. This device generates a repellent field to which some insects are sensitive. My guess is that it doesn’t have a far range. If any of you have tried this, let us know.

Thanko’s USB Powered Peeing Man

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on September 2nd, 2009

Thanko's USB Powered Peeing ManAs far as USB gadgets go, nothing beats a little peeing man. I mean it’s a little man that pees. Your other gadgets don’t pee. It’s probably supposed to be used as a fountain or something, but really it’s completely useless. Thanko simply knows that if they build it, you will buy it…if it pees.

The joke is on you when this mini peeing dude gets water all over your computer and electrocutes you, making you pee your pants. You won’t know if its art imitating life or life imitating art and you won’t care. You’ll just be one shivering electrocuted mess curled up into a fetal position with the smell of burnt ozone around you as that little man continues to just pee away…

USB Tortoise Massager

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on August 25th, 2009

USB Tortoise MassagerEveryone knows that despite being slow, turtles are master masseuses. You just have to book your appointment in advance since they take their time. Brando’s USB Tortoise Massager sure looks like it would be relaxing. He’s basically a vibrating turtle with a USB connection that should sooth your tense muscles with his legs.

It’s powered by a pair of AA batteries, not by USB. God forbid he put some power into the massage. How much money would you expect to “shell” out for such a massager? Well thankfully the price matches this little guys power at only $10.

Terminator 4 T-600 USB skull drive

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on August 23rd, 2009

Terminator 4 T-600 USB skull driveSolid Alliance has announced a USB memory stick that’s designed to look like a T-600 Terminator skull from Terminator 4 – Salvation. The USB cyborg skull holds 2GB of storage, weighs 42g and supports Windows XP/Vista and MacOS 10.2 and up. The eyes of the T600 are rhinestones from who else? Swarovski.

Cool as it is, the skull will cost you $150. It’s available in Japan right now. If you absolutely need to have it, you might want to contact Geekstuff4u or Japan Trend Shop.

Verbatim InSight USB drives display name and free space

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on August 17th, 2009

Verbatim InSight USB drives display name and free spaceVerbatim has announced its new line of InSight portable USB hard drives. The storage devices weigh less than 6 ounces and are only 6 inches in length. They are also “sleek” and “durable” sporting a “piano black” finish.

The drives are available in 320GB or 500GB sizes. The most interesting feature is the Always On display, which lives up to its name by being always on, displays the drive name and available free space, even when it isn’t connected to the computer.

iLuv’s portable USB adapters

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on August 14th, 2009

iLuv’s portable USB adaptersiLuv has outed a few new portable USB adapters in the iLuv iAD116 and the iAD117. The iLuv iAD116 only has one USB port, while the iAD117 features three USB ports. Both USB adapters will accept voltages from 100 to 240V at 50 or 60Hz, making them perfect for those who are always traveling or on the go.

Each USB port features outputs of 5V 500mAh, which is suitable for most portable devices, like your PMPs, digital cameras and cellphones. The iLuv iAD116 and iAD117 retails for $14.99 and $19.99 and should come in very handy.

USB Alarm Clock hub

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on August 9th, 2009

USB Alarm Clock hubThis USB hub doubles as an alarm clock, which could be a good thing if you have a desk job that has you falling asleep at the computer. Just set it to go off when you want to wake up and pretend you’re busy. It has 4 USB 2.0 ports that can be rotated 90 degrees.

Some other features include a transfer rate of up to 480Mbps and the alarm clock has a calendar, built in clock and an alarm function that plays 5 tunes. It’s an odd combination for sure and comes in orange, green and blue.

QwicKey USB Credit Card Swiper

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on August 5th, 2009

QwicKey USB Credit Card SwiperQwicKey is a USB device that will scan your credit cards. It’s sort of like the Smartswipe that we featured awhile back. It’s designed for those who want to quickly enter their credit card details online. The included software lets you securely store all of your credit card data and PIN numbers as well as usernames and passwords.

The card reader will cost you $49.95 and includes a 1 year subscription to an online version of the software which allows you to securely access your card details from any computer. Just log in with a single username and password.

USB retro wooden speaker

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on August 5th, 2009

USB retro wooden speakerThe USB Retro Wooden Speaker / MP3 Player Cube sure brings back memories. This is what gadgets looked like in the old days kids. Retro and wooden. Just insert a flash card or USB drive, and it plays back MP3 files through it’s two 3-watt stereo speakers.

It even sports vintage buttons that can skip tracks and pause and comes with a bundled remote. This retro speaker is also rocking a 3.5 millimeter auxiliary input and a built-in rechargeable battery.

Cambrionix 49-port USB Hub

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on July 24th, 2009

Cambrionix 49-port USB HubThese days four port, even ten port USB hubs just aren’t cutting it. We have too many cool USB toys. This is what you need. Cambrionix’s 49-port USB 2.0 hub. Casual users need not apply. This one is for pro geeks.

Mostly it’s for professional test labs and businesses, but secretly it’s for our many toys littering the desk. It runs off an ATX-2 power supply that brings 500mA of power to all 49 ports. Just be prepared. It will cost you a stunning £399.

Elecom 10-Port USB hub

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on July 22nd, 2009

Elecom 10-Port USB hubChances are your laptop only came with three or four USB 2.0 ports. You probably have more USB toys than ports. You could always opt for an octopus USB Hub or a Star Wars droid USB hub, but If you want something a little more conservative, with even more ports, this one is for you.

The U2H-Z10S 10-port USB hub from Elecom. The slim USB hub even comes with a magnet so you can place it almost anywhere out of your way. You can pre-order the Elecom 10-port USB hub for 9,500 Yen or $101. Whichever you have. It’s all good.

Working lighter/USB flash drive

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on July 13th, 2009

Working lighter/USB flash drivePutting your sensitive data near fire may not be the best thing in the world, but when that lighter/USB drive is branded with a dead cow skull, it sure is tempting. This gadget combines a Zippo-style metal refillable lighter with a 2, 4, or 8GB flash drive.

Obviously it won’t hold much lighter fluid/butane since most of the space is taken up by the USB drive. But if you are a geeky smoker who owns a ranch in Texas, this may be a great combo for you as it has both devices in one.

The iSaw USB Chainsaw: A hoax for a good cause

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on July 9th, 2009

isawWe knew the iSaw was a hoax, but we had no idea just how awesome and clever a ploy this really was, with a truly worthwhile message. If you placed a pre-order, here’s the message you received: