The scene: a woman goes to buy a cake for, oh, let's say her cat Whiskers's birthday. She decides to put a photo of Whiskers's face on top of the cake because oh isn't that fun and also she's a very lonely woman. She hands the baker a USB drive and asks that she use the photo. The baker smiles and nods because English…
The mini Canon 5D DSLR flash drive of the other year has a couple of similarly-statured friends joining him at the flash-storage convention: an IXUS 200IS compact camera and Legra HD camcorder version. Both have the same retractable USB arms and 4GB of storage, but my heart will always belong to the 5D. [Behance via …
Need some extra storage? Sounding like something out of a TV infomercial, LaCie's new MosKeyto (Get it? Geeeet it?) is so tiny, you won't even know it's there! But really, this thing is clever—stick it in and forget.
I can't wait to get my nails over one of these absurdly small 64GB USB drives. They come in 8 to 64GB, and will continuously backup your files, no matter what you are doing. [Crunchgear]
The Rad Blaster does what a lot of MP3 players do—like play music, record sounds and store files. But this one does it shaped like a boombox. Like a BOOMBOX people.
Star Trek, merchandising and obsessive fans go hand in hand, so it is not surprising that the new film is being released on an individually numbered 4GB Starfleet insignia USB drive.
Madness. 16GB in this Buffalo RUF2 flash naildrive just 5mm long. Translated to the Imperial system, that's 16GB in one tiny-itty-bitty-thingamajig. Or something like that. [Geekstuff]
Practicing yoga can involve achieving higher levels of posing and meditation. Only Green Man can achieve true Nirvana by sitting cross legged with his decapitated head lying in his hands. Suck on that Sting!
OK, who gave Brando the rhinestones?
Oh mystical USB drive I come to you with an important question: "Will there be any Snickers left in the breakroom vending machine?" (Stars Say Yes). Thank you USB drive. You are truly wise.
Kudos to LaCie for making their flash drives more portable—although, the coin-shape may prove problematic. It won't be long before your sensitive data ends up in the hands of some Starbucks employee.