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T-Rex Dinosaur USB drive

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Conner Flynn on August 30th, 2009

T-Rex Dinosaur USB driveDinosaurs are extinct, so they don’t care if we abuse their action figures to make USB drives. They can’t bite us and swallow us in one gulp. They can’t even get mad about it because they are gone and we rule the Earth. To quote that kid from The Simpsons, HA HA.

This T-Rex Dinosaur USB drive from Etsy comes with a prehistoric 2GB of storage and has a USB connector hidden inside of its head. The drive is compatible with Windows and Mac and will cost you $28.

LEDSAUR Dinosaur LED Desk Lamp

Posted in Lamps by Conner Flynn on August 5th, 2009

LEDSAUR Dinosaur LED Desk LampThese lamps don’t light the room so much as fright up the room. Dinosaurs are scary. They feature powerful, energy-saving LEDs, and the Deluxe version is even equipped with a spine made of variable LED colors that can be adjusted with the included remote control.

Have you ever seen a Jurassic light show before? Neither have I, but these lamps convince me that Dinosaur bones are meant for glowing. Imagine these babies full sized, glowing in a darkened museum. That would be somehow even scarier than the real bones.

Trypticon Transforming Laser Mouse

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on May 20th, 2009

Trypticon Transforming Laser MouseMouse or robot dinosaur? No one knows for sure. But thank god the transformers in the new Transformers movie don’t look as cheap as these. These are like the Ravage Transforming USB flash drive, just not as awesome.

Disguise your mouse as a dinosaur, or disguise your dinosaur as a mouse. Obviously you need to make them fight at some point. Only a whooping $60 and due in September 2009.

ThinkGeek dinosaur lamps are great for geeky gift giving

Posted in Home by Shane McGlaun on December 1st, 2008

Dinosaur LampEveryone needs a lamp at one point or another. Whether it’s on your desk at the bedside, a lamp is something we all need, but is often one of those things we don’t buy. Lamps can make good Christmas gifts, especially geeky lamps.

ThinkGeek is offering new DIY Dinosaur Lamps that are made from laser cut sheets of flexible plastic. The lamps require assembly, which amounts to putting tab A into slot B and so on. The directions promise to be easy to follow and lots of pictures are included.