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Official LEGO USB Drive

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Conner Flynn on March 13th, 2011

Lego fanatics can never get enough colored bricks or mini Lego people, so they will love this toy. The Classic LEGO Minifigure is now available as a USB flash drive. How awesome is that? This is a Lego Mini-fig with a 2GB USB flash memory drive inside.

You can store all of those pictures of your Lego creations, MP3s, games, documents and whatever. It will also attach to your keychain, so you won’t lose it. The official LEGO USB flash drive is compatible with Mac and PC as well as every geek it comes into contact with.

Art Lebedev Cardboard USB Drive concept

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on February 15th, 2011

Art Lebedev, makers of those cool OLED keyboards, now have their sights set on USB sticks. They have come up with an environmental friendly USB stick that’s created from cardboard. The concept cardboard USB sticks can be torn from a strip and then quickly used to transport data safely from one place to another and then you would simply dispose of them.

When the technology becomes cheap enough these are sure to become a reality. They would probably be great for promotional material. They could even send us all of our junk mail in this form and free up our mailboxes.

Harris BlackJack USB drive

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Conner Flynn on October 4th, 2010

The Harris BlackJack USB drive is aimed at the computer forensics field. It will search and catalog targeted information on suspect computers. You can configure it to search for specific data or types of data with a special configuration utility.

The drive is compatible with Windows computers and can boot in under 3 seconds flat. LED indicators let you know if the software has found what it was searching for.

Verbatim Clip-it USB Drive

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Conner Flynn on September 23rd, 2010

This cool USB drive from verbatim is pretty useful. The Clip-it USB drive can also be used as a paper clip as well as a USB drive for storing all your files. Clip anything that you need clipped.

The Verebatim Clip-it USB drive is available in 2GB and 4GB capacities, and comes in a range of neat colors. The Verbatim Clip-it USB drive will be available very shortly from Verbatim. Prices start at about $12.00. Pretty neat.

Verbatim Secure ‘n’ Go USB Drive

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Conner Flynn on August 22nd, 2010

Verbatim has just launched their new Secure ‘n’ Go USB drive, which will deliver 256bit-AES hardware-encryption and of course, the all important password protection.

The drive also comes enhanced for Windows ReadyBoost, which improves your PC’s performance by letting your PC use memory capacity on your flash drive to speed up system performance. The Verbatim Secure ‘n’ Go Secure Data drive is available in 4GB for $37, 8GB for $74, and 16GB for $125.

USB drive glows to show what’s on it

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on April 19th, 2010

Can your USB drive do this? No, of course it can’t. Neither can mine. This USB stick concept lets you see what’s on it without having to plug it into a computer. The glass “screen” on the surface shows what kind of files are on board by color: pink means images, blue for documents, green for movie files etc. Wonder what porn looks like. They even fill the space on the back proportionally so you can see which ones are taking up a lot of room.

This design would probably require some kind of battery, which would make the price a bit unattractive, but we love the idea. Many of us would pay extra for the convenience it provides.

Handgun USB Drive

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Conner Flynn on March 21st, 2010

We’ve seen all kinds of crazy USB gadgets, but this may be the first handgun USB drive we’ve seen. The Handgun USB Drive comes with 4GB of storage and is USB 2.0 compatible. It will work with Windows 7, Vista, XP and Mac OS and measures just 75mm by 54mm and 12mm.

Even though it’s tiny, you don’t want to pack it in your bag and get on a plane, unless you like long talks with the TSA. The Handgun USB drive is only $22 from USB Geek.

Corsair’s Padlock 2 offers rugged 256-bit AES encryption

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Conner Flynn on February 19th, 2010

Are you the type who doesn’t trust your flash drive with your sensitive data? Who could blame you? Should that data fall into the wrong hands it could be disastrous. No one should know about your secret collection of My Little Pony pictures.

These new Corsair USB drives will help prevent such things. The Padlock 2 features OS-agnostic password protection via the keypad, plus 256-bit encryption. 8GB units are available now, priced at £46 in the UK and $59 in the US.

Lockface USB drive recognizes your face, mocks it

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Conner Flynn on December 16th, 2009

Lockface USB drive recognizes your face, mocks itI’m sick of remembering passwords, but I know my face when I see it. So does the Lockface USB drive. It uses facial recognition so that only you have access to your files. And it mocks you with a goofy face of it’s own.

It’s easy to use. Just take some photos of your face. Then, when you are in front of your webcam, it will see you and recognize your mug with 98% accuracy. There’s also a password failsafe, which kinda defeats the whole purpose.

Corsair Flash Survivor 64GB USB drive

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Conner Flynn on October 15th, 2009

Corsair Flash Survivor 64GB USB driveNeed a flash drive that goes beyond the call of duty as far as durability? Corsair has launched the new Flash Survivor USB drive with 64GB of storage that might interest you. The drive is ensconced in an extremely strong CNC-milled, anodized aircraft-grade aluminum to protect your important data.

The Corsair Flash Survivor 64GB USB Drive is also water resistant up to 200m, should you find yourself in the water during one of your outdoor adventures. No pricing or availability info yet, but this is a good one for all of you Indiana Jones types.

Clothes Pin USB drive

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Conner Flynn on October 12th, 2009

Clothes Pin USB driveThe Clothes Pin USB drive is a handy drive to have. You can hang clothes on your clothesline with it and store your data. But you can’t do both. It won’t hold your clothes while in the USB port and it won’t save your data while drying your shirt in the wind.

But USB drives that clip to things are pretty convenient. It can hold your data while holding say, money, important papers…Could be used as a unique tie clip. Just don’t drop this into a pile of your mom’s Clothes pins.

Sony unveils 32GB MicroVault Click

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Conner Flynn on September 16th, 2009

Sony unveils 32GB MicroVault ClickThe Sony 32GB MicroVault Click is a tad different. It has a simple, yet elegant design. It doesn’t even have a cap to lose and features trouble-free plug & play operation.

Different capacities have different colors and with the Virtual Expander data compression software that comes pre-loaded, you can store more than the allowed space, tripling capacity. The Sony 32GB MicroVault Click comes in 4GB, 8GB, 16GB and 32GB capacities.

Alien USB drive

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

Alien USB driveThis Alien USB Drive made by Etsy seller MikaEle is hand carved from wood. We love the detail, especially the realistic looking fangs. The USB connection slides in and out with the push of a button so you can display him when not in use.

It comes with 4GB of storage space. If you want it you better be quick, it’s one of a kind, which is why it’s priced at $155 over at MikaEle’s Shop on Etsy. Sure, that’s a lot of dough, but we’re talking an Alien head here.

Japanese Fan USB drive

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Conner Flynn on September 1st, 2009

Japanese Fan USB driveWe’ve seen plenty of USB flash drives, but usually they don’t come in such an elegant form. This one comes from where else? Japan. The Japanese Sensu Fan USB Drivetakes the age old Japanese fan and incorporates a modern flash drive.

The Japanese Sensu Fan USB Drive comes with 16GB of storage and is a bit pricey at $300. I mean, this fan isn’t even motorized. You have to cool yourself by hand. And you can’t even do that while it’s in the USB port.

T-Rex Dinosaur USB drive

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Conner Flynn on August 30th, 2009

T-Rex Dinosaur USB driveDinosaurs are extinct, so they don’t care if we abuse their action figures to make USB drives. They can’t bite us and swallow us in one gulp. They can’t even get mad about it because they are gone and we rule the Earth. To quote that kid from The Simpsons, HA HA.

This T-Rex Dinosaur USB drive from Etsy comes with a prehistoric 2GB of storage and has a USB connector hidden inside of its head. The drive is compatible with Windows and Mac and will cost you $28.