A while back, I told you guys about some CD-R disks that look like old 3.5″ floppies. In the story, I said that I’d much rather have a 3.5″ floppy USB drive, and Technabob reader Charles Mangin of Option8 has now indulged us with one.
If Arnie ever gets his muscle tone back, he should do a flick combining James Belushi with Terminator and call it Raw Steel. I think I might watch that. Raw Steel might sound like an action movie, but it’s actually a rugged SD card for your camera.
Apparently, some Russian dude decided that enough was never enough, and built himself a data rig that has a whopping 70TB of storage. Yes, that 70TB. Is that finally enough for all your torrents, warez and pr0n?
Like most portable devices, the iPad’s storage capacity is quite limited. You can use the Camera Connection Kit cable to augment it’s storage, but the fact that Apple’s magical device has a confounding 32GB limit for connected drives compounds this problem.
There are already lots of online backup solutions out there, but newcomer MiMedia is the first I’ve heard that has enough common sense to give customers the option to use a hard drive for the first backup.
LaCie today rolled out an unusual new USB flash drive, which is so tiny you can leave it plugged into your computer all the time and never notice it sticking out of the side.
The MosKeyto flash drive is just 20mm long, and 14mm of that is the USB connector – leaving just a 6mm stub sticking out of your computer.
If I am to be honest, my least favorite film of the first three originals is The Empire Strikes Back. The bit where Luke gets crammed inside the dead tauntaun was kind of cool. I did like that flick better than say any of the new trilogy, especially the one with Jar Jar Binks.
My son has no interest in anything resembling technology at this point in his life unless it has to do with video games or watching Sonic the Hedgehog cartoons on Hulu. He does like Hot Wheels cars though and has collected them since he was really young.
I took my 8-year-old son to see Iron Man 2 last Friday, and he was all excited about it after seeing the action on the previews. We had only been watching the film for about half an hour before he asked me when it would be over and was ready to leave.
If you’re in the mood for some tasty treats, you’ll probably need to eat more than these USB flash drives, masquerading as tiny little portions of food.
These Mini Plus flash drives are available in a variety of styles, ranging from a relatively nutritious portion of sushi to a plate with one jelly, one glazed, and one chocolate-frosted with sprinkles.
I was thinking to myself just the other day that the only way my flash drive could possibly be better was if it looked like the polar bear from Lost. Even better would be if I had to rip the bear in half to plug it into the USB port on my computer.
This is definitely the biggest SD card I’ve ever seen. But despite its ridiculous size, it can only store 60 photos.
This giant-size SD card is actually a photo album for holding on to your 4″x6″ photo prints.
Upgrading the hard drive in your Xbox 360 or PS3 can get pricey. The upcoming Datel Space Dock lets you expand your storage by as much as 1TB using an off-the-shelf hard drive.
There are two versions coming out, one for PS3 and the other for Xbox 360.
Belkin’s Home Base marries two of the most useful technologies ever invented – wireless networking and USB – and gives users a simple and convenient way of sharing up to 4 USB-enabled devices in a central location.