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.
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.
The Handy robotic arm is meant to lend an extra hand for things like hammering, washing, painting, or kneading. It will be wireless capable and come with USB and midi ports, and employ “fuzzy AI logic” so it can learn your individual preferences.
When is a hard drive not just a hard drive? When it’s a tiny work of contemporary desktop art, of course.
The artists of Brazil’s Meninos design studio first started out making these custom pop art hard drive cases for their friends.
The “nailed” memory stick makes it look like you got very frustrated with your computer, and in a fit of rage, hammered a nail into it. It sends a much different message than, say, storing your data in a chicken wing.
The incorrectly named USB Robot 4-Port Hub has 4 twistable USB ports and no discernible robot parts whatsoever.
You can twist each port up to 270 degrees, although off the top of my head I can’t think of why I would need to do that.
Hmmm. Would you rather be caught drinking on the job, or sneaking sensitive company data out of the office? Now you don’t have to choose, thanks to this new portable hard drive that looks just like a hip flask.
We seem to have a food theme going this morning. After you nosh on an appetizer of some Lego sushi, why not fill up your belly with some USB BBQ?
These goofy USB flash memory devices are disguised to look like crispy, delicious Chinese BBQ.
Be ready when the red phone rings with this spy-worthy watch that hides a 4GB USB flash drive.
The small USB drive fits completely inside of the watch case, ready for you to pull it out when you need it.
I sit at a computer much of the day and always thought I was a pretty fast typer. But apparently, those pesky painted letters on my key caps are actually slowing me down. Thankfully, there’s a new keyboard that gets rid of the tiny bit of extra drag that those characters put on my tapping fingertips.
Got a broken old iPod lying around? Besides dropping it in the dumpster, what else can you do with it? Well if you’re like this resourceful modder, you turn it into a mouse.
After stefferroo’s brother dropped his iPod under his car and then proceeded to run it over, it was surely headed for the trash bin.
If you thought the Mini Cooper was small enough already, get a load of these Mini Mini Cooper flash memory devices.
The Mini drives are the latest wacky USB devices to hit the streets. Each one is a 1:48 scale replica of an actual Mini.
These official R2-D2 and Darth Vader USB hubs from Japan’s Cube-Works are a must for any serious Star Wars fan with a computer. Whether you’re pro-Jedi or have a serious Sith streak, they’re the perfect desktop companion for connecting your USB gadgets.
These tipsy egg-shaped speakers let you wobble them like a Weeble while you listen to your tunes.
Unlike real eggs (and those colorful Weebles), these only come in black and red, and they don’t crack open to produce omelets.