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Green House key-shaped USB Flash Drives

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Conner Flynn on September 27th, 2010

Looking for a new flash drive? Greenhouse holds the key. Their new line of USB flash drives has the form of a key. These are made of a highly durable material. The 4GB flash drives are equipped with a USB 2.0/1.1 interface and support for Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2000 as well as Mac OS X 10.4 or later.

They come in both silver and gold color options and you can expect them to start shipping in early October for about 3,480 Yen (or $41 yankee dollars).

The Key USB drive

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Conner Flynn on July 16th, 2009

The Key USB driveIf you’re looking for a colorful drive alternative in key form, why not try the Key USB Drive? The Key USB Drive comes in a bunch of colors, including red, purple, blue, brown and black. Each each one measures 57 x 24 x 2mm and weighs just 1g.

They come in 4GB capacities, are slim and portable and can be attached to your other keys making these very convenient. They are available for $22 each. Pretty unique and funky looking.

Victorian skeleton key USB drives for your Steampunked PC

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on April 7th, 2009

Victorian skeleton key USB drives for your Steampunked PCDesigned by Alissia Melka-Teichroew for AMT Studio, these vintage looking skeleton key USB drives go perfectly with your steampunk PC. They are ceramic encased memory sticks made to look like old Victorian era keys.

They hold either 2GB or 4GB. As well as using them with all your steampunk computers, they also add some style to your modern computer as well. Pretty clever idea.

LaCie’s itsaKey, iamaKey and PassKey USB drives available

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Conner Flynn on March 14th, 2009

LaCie's new USB key drivesRemember those key-like USB keys we showed you from LaCie earlier this month? The ones that were all like, hey I’m a key, put me on your key ring. The drives are now priced and available for shipment.

Designed by 5.5 Designers, the itsaKey, iamaKey and PassKey USB drives are now available for order and ready to be lost along with your car keys. The first two sport up to 8GB of internal capacity and the PassKey boasts a built-in microSD card slot.

LaCie’s new USB key drives

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on March 2nd, 2009

LaCie’s new USB key drivesFollowing up on their CurrenKey ultraportable flash drives, Lacie has a new storage solution that will have you losing even more keys then you already do. This one takes the form factor of…keys.

These miniature microSD card readers offer 20MB/s read and 10MB/s write speeds. PassKey supports microSDHC cards, and both iamaKey and itsaKey are avaialable with 4GB or 8GB of built-in storage. It won’t start your car or get you into your home, but it may still scratch a lottery ticket and they are shock-proof and Windows ReadyBoost-compatible.

Car key stops teenagers from using mobile phones while driving

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on December 11th, 2008

Car key stops teenagers from using mobile phones while drivingThere’s nothing worse then a driver who is too busy running their mouth on a cellphone and not paying attention to the road. Or the other cars. Teenage drivers in particular love to get distracted by their mobile phones. Well, University of Utah engineers have designed a wireless car key device that stops users from talking on their cell phone or sending text messages while behind the wheel.

Each driver of a car will have a separate key device. When the key is extended from the device, it emits a signal that puts the teenagers phone in “Driving Mode,” so that they can’t use it and kill you. In driving mode the phone will display a stop sign and hopefully the death loving teen will get in the habit of leaving the phone alone while driving.

Sing on key with the SoundTech Vocal Trainer

Posted in music by Conner Flynn on April 1st, 2008

Sing on key with the SoundTech Vocal Trainer
Any aspiring American Idol hopefuls that want to approve their voice but don’t like Karaoke, might want to try this device. Not everyone can afford a vocal coach, plus you probably shouldn’t inflict your voice on others.

This high quality dynamic microphone plugs into your laptop and uses software to measure your range and pitch. That way you can improve on it and hopefully try out in front of the Idol crew one day, only to have Simon tell you that your singing sounds like a drawn out fart. It has 20 tutorials and a tripod to sit on your desk, plus it comes with 12 songs and you can download more. It wll cost you $89.99.


The Biometric fingerprint door lock

Posted in Biometrics by Conner Flynn on February 27th, 2008

Biometric fingerprint door lock
With the biometric fingerprint door lock, you can secure your home with the latest in technology and at the same time, you won’t have to worry about shared or lost keys. Just give it the finger. It’s the only key you’ll need. The lock only opens at your touch.

It’s super easy to install since it’s all built into the door lever. Fingerprints can be registered or erased directly with the lock on your door – and, if you have alot of friends and are very trusting, the lock will accommodate prints from up to 120 of your closest friends. Let’s face it, there are too many keys in use. It drives you nuts doesn’t it? It drives me nuts. Eliminate another key from your life and up your security at the same time.