04/26/2010, The Kingmax PD-02 USB flash drive sports a simple streamlined design and won’t hurt your pocket too much in terms of pricing, since Kingmax wants to make it accessible to a whole lot of people across a wide spectrum. It comes with a slide-out USB connector, ensuring you won’t need to run the risk of losing the cap any more, while an anti-scratch body makes it all the more durable […]
04/20/2010, Adidas has a very own USB flash drive which it uses for marketing purposes, and check out the design in which it comes in – it resembles a miniature roll-on suitcase with the eponymous three stripes. Gotta love the way the USB connector reveals itself and hides away once it is not needed, eh? We do wonder whether other rival sporting companies will come up with special designs of their […]
03/31/2010, Trust Microsoft to impose draconian controls on their Xbox 360 console, where plugging in a hard drive will see your console recognize only 16GB of storage space. Ah well, they have an official solution to this – an insanely expensive $40 for an 8GB Xbox 360 USB flash drive from Sandisk. Yes, you read that right – imagine forking out triple the amount and getting 500GB from an external hard […]
03/31/2010, Why keep a diary when there are blogs? Oh yeah, we do remember that some people pen things down in a rather therapeutic manner, and do not want those thoughts to be made privy to everyone else – even strangers. Why not settle for the Secret Diary instead? This digital diary is actually a removable USB flash drive, complete with additional fun features that requires a PIN for further access. […]
03/22/2010, Love to be King Midas, but lack his literal magic touch? Well, Gold Noble can help you out here with a gold bar-shaped USB flash drive which is most likely plated with 24k gold, considering 8GB of storage space will set you back by $105 thereabouts. If you are interested, make a beeline for it this coming March 26th if you so happen to be in South Korea, although we […]
03/19/2010, Mimobot collectors, hark these words. Mimoco has unveiled yet another Mimobot flash drive to add to yor collection, where it is known as the GiddyUp Mimobot. Designed by Hila Rosenberg Arazi for the ladies specially, interested parties will be able to pick up the GiddyUp Mimobot in varying capacities of 2GB to 16GB, where it will cost anywhere from $24.95 to $79.95, respectively.
03/17/2010, Dressing up a flash drive to look somewhat akin to a lipstick probably isn’t going to get it brownie points with the male audience, but perhaps Buffalo was targeting its female customer base with its RUF2-JWS series of flash drives. It’s available in capacities of 4GB or 8GB, and in four different color options, including Rich Brown, Glossy Pink, Royal White, and Shiny Coral. Buffalo Japan.
03/11/2010, For folks who want absolute peace of mind when it comes to personal data storage, the Kanguru Defender Elite USB flash drive might just fit the bill perfectly. After all, this device was specially designed to meet or exceed security regulations put in place by the Department of Defense and is FIPS 140-2 certified, featuring the following :- Remote management USB device control Anti-virus/malware protection Meets Sarbanes Oxley and HIPAA […]
03/03/2010, Porn is a multi-billion dollar business, and we just wonder how many hours of productivity has gone down the drain at work simply because someone could not keep his/her raging hormones in check. Well, to weed out all doubts and contemplation, the Paraben Porn Detection Stick is here to help. This USB flash drive is preloaded with special porn detection software, where plugging it into your computer will see the […]
02/23/2010, Kingston has released the first 256GB USB flash drive in the US under the guise of the DataTraveler 310, where it will oust the 256GB DataTraveler 300 that was made available last July in the Asia/Pacific and Europe, Middle East and Africa regions. What can 256GB hold, you ask? Well, it is the equivalent of 365 CDs, 54 DVDs or 51,000 images on average. Features of the DataTraveler 310 include […]
02/09/2010, The MotKey flash drive from Active Media Products was specially designed to resemble that of an actual key, allowing you to use it on your key ring, which means you can carry it with you virtually everywhere you go on another bunch of important keys like that of your home or car. Of course, the downside to this would be losing said set of keys, which means all your information […]
02/09/2010, Information and data theft are getting rampant these days, and many a time those incidents could have been avoided if one had implemented more stringent security measures or employed tough-to-crack hardware. Bill’s USB concept is one of those devices that fall under the latter category, boasting a physical lock that requires the right combination of turns before you will be able to access the USB connector to plug the device […]
02/03/2010, With C3PO being a protocol droid that is fluent in “over six million forms of communication”, it is a wonder he managed to cram in that much information in just 16GB of storage space – at least this is what the Lego C3PO USB flash drive comes with. The Lego minifig itself is a new limited edition collector’s model that hails from 2002, and has been modified to include 16GB […]
02/01/2010, Now here’s a new USB flash drive for your to consider – the unorthodoxly named Too Late USB flash drive. Being both practical as well as stylish, these colorful portable storage devices comes with an integrated digital LCD watch alongside a keychain holder, making sure your data remains safe and sound with you all the time. Capacity is limited to just one option – 4GB, which isn’t too practical in […]