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Tag: Flash

Build an Ssd Raid Array Using Compact Flash Memory Cards

Build an Ssd Raid Array Using Compact Flash Memory Cards
Got a couple of spare Compact Flash memory cards lying around? Why not turn them into a high-speed, redundant drive array? With this new drive module, you can create your own solid-stated RAID array in seconds.

Steampunk USB Memory: Flash, Ah Ah.

Steampunk USB Memory: Flash, Ah Ah.
This intricate retro sci-fi USB memory drive comes to us courtesy of an enterprising modder over in Russia. Meticulously crafted from hand-polished brass and copper, the USB drive reminds me of something out of the art deco neo-future of Buck Rogers – or perhaps more apropos – Flash Gordon.

Fake Tv Scares Off Intruders, Saves Power

Fake Tv Scares Off Intruders, Saves Power
Ever felt the need to leave a television on to make it look like somebody is home while you’re out of town? This quirky little invention does just one thing – simulate the effect of having left your TV turned on.

USB Memory Bomb: Weapon of Mass Storage

USB Memory Bomb: Weapon of Mass Storage
While it might not be the most convenient USB drive to carry around in your pocket, this bomb-shaped memory device is sure to draw stares sitting on your desk. Designed by Mexico City industrial designer Joel Escalona, the USB bomb should keep your data safe, since its design is likely to deter to anybody who might have thoughts of stealing it, lest they might get blown to smithereens.

USB Flash Memory Offers Fuzzy, Buggy Storage

USB Flash Memory Offers Fuzzy, Buggy Storage
USB memory sticks are a dime a dozen these days, so you’ve really got to stand out from the crowd if you want to get noticed. These soft, fuzzy critters will definitely latch on to your digital memories in a way you won’t soon forget.

Wii-Mote Gets the USB Flash Drive Treatment

Wii-Mote Gets the USB Flash Drive Treatment
If you’re like me, you’re a big fan of Nintendo’s groundbreaking Wii-mote controller design. Now you can carry your files on a tiny Wii-mote inspired USB storage device. Created by SolarMemo, the petite Wedisk flash drive looks like a wee Wii-mote, but press the “A” button, and the USB connector pops out of the top of the controller for you to plug into your computer.

Myracer Portable Console Plays Flash Games

Myracer Portable Console Plays Flash Games
The latest pocket gaming system isn’t from Nintendo or Sony, but from an upstart little Korean outfit called MyRacer. Their new MF101 portable looks like another media player on the surface, but under the hood, it’s a pocket-sized arcade system.

Anti Pac-Man: You Control the Ghosts

Anti Pac-Man: You Control the Ghosts
Here’s an interesting concept, what if Pac-Man’s gameplay were the exact opposite of what you’ve come to expect after all these years. That is to say, what if, instead of Pac-Man being chased by ghosts, you controlled the ghosts and Pac-Man came after you.

USB Flash Memory Looks Like a Mini iPod

USB Flash Memory Looks Like a Mini iPod
Sure, you can store your data on a real iPod, but why would you want to when you can have a cute little version of the iconic media player instead? FruitShop’s Pod Driver flash drives look a whole heck of a lot like tiny iPods with faces.

Paper Mario Goes Online Without Nintendo’s Help

Paper Mario Goes Online Without Nintendo’s Help
Here’s a fun online Mario platformer called Paper Mario World that the guys over at Random Good Stuff recently dug up. But this game wasn’t made under the watchful eye of Nintendo. It was actually created over five months by a rabid Mario fan (a 13-year old from Holland going by the name Lesjuh) and it’s quite faithful to the design styling of the original Paper Mario games.

Fortune Cookie USB Drives Save Memories (in Bed)

Fortune Cookie USB Drives Save Memories (in Bed)
Don’t expect to crack these fortune cookies open to predict your future. Just like the real deal, they don’t taste very good either. But they will store your files and keep them safe. The latest in the “Freshly Baked” series of USB flash storage devices from Vavolo, the fortune cookies come in both 1GB ($29.99) and 2GB ($49.99) versions.

Flash Drives Look Like Cans of Soda Pop

Flash Drives Look Like Cans of Soda Pop
These USB flash memory drives get their inspiration from aluminum soda cans. While they won’t actually quench your thirst, they will store plenty of your files when you pop their tops. The miniature soda cans come in a metallic blue or chrome silver finish which does a great job simulating a shiny aluminum can.

Handmade Wooden Memory Sticks: Let’s be Natural

Handmade Wooden Memory Sticks: Let’s be Natural
If you like the idea of computer accessories made from natural materials, but thought those Oooms wooden memory sticks were a bit too rustic, check out these refined beauties. Handcrafted in Germany by Thalbach Design, each wooden USB flash drive is made from quality hardwoods and delicately sanded to a smooth finish.

New Zune 2 Flash-Based Players Confirmed

New Zune 2 Flash-Based Players Confirmed
By now those in the know are aware that Microsoft is just about set to release several new Zune media players. Thanks to some drawings over at the FCC website, I can confirm that there are definitely new models in the works.

Flash Drive / Lighter Combo: Why is My Pc on Fire?

Flash Drive / Lighter Combo: Why is My Pc on Fire?
Every time I think I’ve seen every possible USB flash memory gimmick, another one comes along and does something I never thought was necessary. This flash drive not only stores your precious files, it’s got a built-in cigarette lighter.

USB Penguin Flash Drives Not Just for Linux Users

USB Penguin Flash Drives Not Just for Linux Users
While the flightless, aquatic avian may have come to symbolize the Linux operating system, Windows and Mac users don’t have to feel left out thanks to these fun penguin USB flash memory drives. Just like real penguins, they wear tiny striped scarves, and their heads flip open to reveal a USB connector (at least that’s what I thought I heard during my marine biology class).