Posts Tagged: "USB Flash Drives"

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G.I. Joe USB Flash Drives from Mimobot (pics)

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The 80s were a time for imagination.  Sure, the NES arrived in 1984, but that didn’t stop us from running around outside or playing with actual physical toys.  It was a magical time that kids today will unfortunately never have the luxury of experiencing.  If you’re one of these kids,...

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Voltron USB Flash Drive

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Form USB storage! Tech nerds of a certain age probably have fond memories of Voltron, the other transforming robot show that well, wasn’t Transformers. Now you can relive those memories with the Voltron USB Stick. The 3.5-inch figure includes a light-up chest, 2GB storage, and a remastered episode of the...

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The FleshDrive Brings You Adult Entertainment On The Go

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Finally, a marriage of two of the biggest industries out there, the tech industry and the adult one, has arrived with the FleshDrive. The FleshDrive is a USB drive preloaded with 4GB, 8GB, and 16GB of adult entertainment videos, starting at just $39.95. Their website, which I won’t be linking...

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Show Your Inner Punk With The Doc Martens USB Drive

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Well known by punks and other anti-authority figures, Doctor Marten’s Boots (or Doc Martens for short) have been fashion staples for decades. Now, thhe company is celebrating their 50th anniverary with this limited edition USB Drive. It’s got 2GB of storage (and a lot of attitude), and will set you...

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SanDisk Unveils A Super Small Flash Drive

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SanDisk has unveiled one of the world’s smallest flash drives, and certainly the smallest I’ve ever seen. I’m not sure they can take the title of “world’s smallest”, but it’s awfully close. The SanDisk Cruzer Blade is the size of a paper clip and weighs as much as a penny....

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A-Data’s N909 Flash Drive Uses E-SATA For Super Speeds

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A-DATA’s new N909 Flash Drive has got a leg up on other USB Drives, thanks to its utilizing the combined USB + eSATA connection that most new laptops have. It allows for up to 90MB/sec (read) and 50MB/sec (write) speeds, though it’s also compatible with regular USB 2.0 drives as...

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Concrete USB Drive Brings Some Physicality To Bytes

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Sure, we all know a gigabyte is a lot of storage, especially looking back to what we used to have. Since it’s all digital data, though, it’s still a pretty intangible thing to conceptualize. Well, here’s something a little more concrete (pun totally intended). This concrete USB drive weights as...