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Santa Flash Disk Ho-Ho-Holds Your Data

Santa Flash Disk Ho-Ho-Holds Your Data
If you have a lot of friends but you still feel compelled to buy gifts for each and everyone of them come Christmas, you could do far worse than these Santa Claus flash disks. They come in various Santa designs too, although they’re not particularly admirable or cute. Santa’s data-belly capacity ranges from 64MB to 8GB, so if you want to save money you can buy a bunch of lower capacity ones as gifts.

Tiny Cube Speakers: Portable, Also Easily Lost.

Tiny Cube Speakers: Portable, Also Easily Lost.
Here’s something for people who want some boom outside of their boom – I mean room. Landport’s cube speakers are so tiny, calling them ultra-portable would be an understatement. I say they’re ultra-losable. Measuring just 26 mm x 26 mm x 26 mm (appx.
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M.U.S.C.L.E. Men Tag Team Your USB

M.U.S.C.L.E. Men Tag Team Your USB
If you remember the NES game M.U.S.C.L.E. as one of the worst (and silliest) timewasters in all of history, then these tiny USB wrestlers are just the thing you want exercising suggestively on your desk. In Japan, these fellows are well-known figures from the Kinnikuman manga.

Violet Mir:Ror Connects All Your Stuff via Rfid

Violet Mir:Ror Connects All Your Stuff via Rfid
This new device uses RFID technology to connect your physical possessions with the digital world. Cool. Violet (the makers of those quirky Nabaztag USB rabbits) is about to unleash Mir:ror, a small puck-shaped USB gadget which acts like an interface between your everyday belongings and your computer. For example, you could place an RFID tag on an umbrella, wave it over your Mir:ror, and your computer would display the current weather forecast.

Race Car USB Memory Card Reader has Flat Tires

Race Car USB Memory Card Reader has Flat Tires
Most of the USB memory card readers I come across are rather pedestrian. Conversely, this one is rather automotive. ElectroJoe’s Motor Maniac is a 16-in-1 memory card reader that looks like a (slightly deformed) little red race car.

Samsung Digital Frames Double as Second Pc Monitor

Samsung Digital Frames Double as Second Pc Monitor
Earlier today, I told you guys about these cool little USB monitors that you could attach to your PC so you could stick your spare palettes, widgets and menus on them. But the problem was that they’re only available in Korea.

This Colorful USB Hub is Fun and Flexy

This Colorful USB Hub is Fun and Flexy
The Flexible Chromatic USB Hub will delight you with bright hues and a flexible design. You can fold and stretch it to your heart’s content, all while you do your USB thing. This gadget reminds me of those toys that have colored blocks of wood connected by fabric straps, that can go either direction.

Talking Heart Mouse Loves You, Really.

Talking Heart Mouse Loves You, Really.
Are you a lonely geek who thinks your only companion is your computer? Is your closest friend merely a text link on twitter? That’s okay. Because now, your mouse can now provide you with daily affirmation that you are truly loved. That’s right.

Formula One Race Car USB Memory: Vroom, Vroom

Formula One Race Car USB Memory: Vroom, Vroom
Unlike a real race car, you really don’t want to see this one hit the wall and blow up in a fiery crash. That’s because this one could be holding all of your precious digital files. This 2GB USB memory stick is based (loosely) on on the body of a Formula One race car.

Do Androids Dream of (Radioactive USB) Electric Sheep?

Do Androids Dream of (Radioactive USB) Electric Sheep?
Here’s a desktop toy that’s sure to draw stares from your office-mates. What could say “I fly my geek flag, and I’m proud of it” more than a glowing radioactive, goggle-sporting USB sheep for your cubicle? Not much, I say.

USB Heated Mouse Pad Keeps One Hand Warm

USB Heated Mouse Pad Keeps One Hand Warm
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve said to myself: Self, your mousing hand gets so cold all the time; I only wish there was a way to keep it warm and toasty in between all that scrolling, pointing and clicking.

Space Invaders Bendiboard Keyboard: Who Says Aliens Are Inflexible?

Space Invaders Bendiboard Keyboard: Who Says Aliens Are Inflexible?
Just weeks after I got my hands on my new light-up LED keyboard, now I’m drawn to a new keyboard that I think I need on my desk. The ubiquitous invaders from space have adorned many a product, and now you can think about those aliens every time you sit down at your computer to type a memo or surf the web. Despite the overuse of the word “Board” in ElectroJoe’s Bendiboard Retroboard Invaders keyboards, they’re anything but boring.

Cassette Tape USB Hub Won’T Play, Pause or Rewind

Cassette Tape USB Hub Won’T Play, Pause or Rewind
I can’t think of any better way to connect my mix tape USB flash drive to my computer than to plug it into this retro cassette tape USB hub. The 4-port USB 2.0 hub may look exactly like an old school cassette tape, but I can pretty much assure you that you’ll wreck your tape player if you attempt to pop this thing in and listen to it.

New Kids on the Wooden Block: Animal USB Drives

New Kids on the Wooden Block: Animal USB Drives
Marubeni InfoTec will be coming out with 10 different wooden animal USB drives. There are 5 different animal shapes, and they come in maple or walnut. I can’t find out too much more info about these cute flash drives, but the 411 is that they’re coming out in Japan on September 1st.

Chrome Joypad is a Shiny Fingerprint Magnet

Chrome Joypad is a Shiny Fingerprint Magnet
I don’t care how much I have to buff my oily prints off of this chrome joypad. I want one. I can’t believe in all of the years that game controllers have been made that nobody has thought to make one before.

Timeless Watch Seamlessly Integrates a Hidden USB Drive

Timeless Watch Seamlessly Integrates a Hidden USB Drive
The Timeless Watch seamlessly integrates a hidden usb drive that also serves as the watch’s clasp. Unlike other watches that hide a separate, detachable flash drive, this one is attached to the watch strap. The watch was designed by Ondrej Vaclavik.
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