Flash drives are a dime a dozen these days. In fact, I get so many of them handed to me at media events, that I could probably build a 10 terabyte array out of the ones I have stashed in my desk drawers.
We’re big fans of 2001: A Space Odyssey around here. There isn’t nearly enough 2001 merch available for fans, so when we see something nifty, we’ve gotta post it. This sweet Hal 9000 USB Drive helps to rectify that situation.
Kubrick’s dystopian masterpiece is one of the greatest sci-fi films ever and one of the most influential films in history.
We’ve had an Xbox One in my house since the console launched a few years back, and as most penny pinchers do, we bought the console with the smallest amount of storage space available. At the time, downloading games wasn’t very high on our radar and we figured we would never fill up the internal storage.
What is the deal with all the characters in the Alien franchise? They go into a dark, creepy room with alien eggs everywhere. Inevitably one of them starts to open, the character has to go stare straight inside, and BAM… facehugger.
Pizza is easily the best food in the world. It’s got all the major food groups on one easy to hold triangular slice. One of my favorite things is that cold pizza is almost as good the day after as the hot fresh pizza was the day before.
The Auton Dream Machine under-the-bed television lift is a device which can store a flatscreen under your bed, so it takes up no wall, floor, or cabinet space. The mechanism pulls it out and puts your big screen at the foot of your bed with the push of a button.
If you’re still running traditional hard drives or first generation SSDs on your computer, you owe it to yourself to upgrade to a new SSD. Today’s solid state drives are dramatically faster than hard drives, and early SSDs.
Tabletop RPG fans will immediately recognize this as a 20-sided die. But you probably won’t actually be rolling this thing the next time you play some D&D. Instead, this D20 can be used to store all your little stuff.
At first glance, this looks like any other wall-mount bike rack on the market. You can use it to hold both your bike and your cycling gear. However, the Oakmulgee Bike Station Rack is different. Its design lets you mount bicycles in several different ways.
Fans of Marvel’s best badasses will want to head over to NerdyEDC’s Etsy shop today and grab one of these cool valet trays, inspired by Deadpool and The Punisher. These are perfect for holding all of your everyday carries, from wallets to watches to pocket tools.
Find yourself running out of space on your phone or tablet? Expand the capacity of your iOS gadgets, and easily transport data between your devices with the iKlips Flash Drive. This compact solid state flash drive adds 32GB to 128GB of extra memory to your gadgets when you plug it into your Lightning port.
Each one is made from sturdy aluminum, and is Apple MFi certified.
You can get the iKlips Lightning Flash Drive from the Technabob Shop for $65(USD) for the 32GB model, $79 for the 64GB model, or $139 for the 128 GB – a savings of 17% to 22% off the MSRP.
CromaleonStorage can be a real challenge in any home, especially when you live in a small place, or if your kids have tons of toys. Well, these Tetris storage benches from Cromaleon are a geeky and nice looking solution.
I think we learned a lot from the Fappening, you know that massive leak of celebrity nudes. For one we learned that the blonde from iCarly is much hotter than Carly herself. For two, we learned that your nudie pics are only as safe on the cloud as your password or someone’s resolve to see your hooters.
The security dog training firm Tactical Detection K9 has an unorthodox and cute way to find all the thumb drives and microSD cards you’ve misplaced. The company recently started training dogs that can find storage devices by scent.
Speaking with IB Times, Tactical Detection K9 said it had scientists isolate “a common by-product” that is present in storage devices such as hard drives, SD cards and even iPads.
We’ve long been able to backup our files on external storage devices. And more recently we’ve had access to affordable cloud services that make our data omnipresent. But what if you could get the benefits of local and online storage in one system?