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35mm film 4GB USB flash drive

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Conner Flynn on April 17th, 2011

Digital cameras are great, but maybe you miss the old 35mm film rolls. If so, these flash drives should help you relive those days. They have a 4GB capacity, won’t get ruined when exposed to the sun and you don’t have to take them to get developed when you want your data.

The re-purposed canister of 35mm film now holds 4GB of storage. The 4GB flash drive retails for $23.99, there is also the 2GB option for $18.99.

Heineken Beer Bottle USB Flash Drive

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Conner Flynn on March 1st, 2011

If you are a little too in love with beer and have a soft spot for Heineken in particular, you might want to store your data in this Heineken Beer Bottle USB Flash Drive. While the popular company has been brewing beer since 1873, this USB drive is new.

This mini Heineken Beer Bottle will hold your pictures, videos, music and other data, while reminding you how much you could use a drink. Great conversation starter.

3.5-inch floppy turned into a USB flash drive

Posted in DIY by Conner Flynn on November 15th, 2010

Remember when 3.5-inch floppy disks were cutting edge? They were tougher than their 5.25-inch predecessors and could hold more data. That was a long time ago. There isn’t much use for them nowadays. Or is there?

This 3.5-inch floppy disk looks normal on the outside, but inside, it holds a USB connector and flash memory. This hack requires a couple of disks that have been cut apart and stacked together, so that the connector can be placed inside.

A-Data C008 USB Flash Drive now available in Europe

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Conner Flynn on September 8th, 2010

A-Data’s newest line of USB flash drives, the C008, was announced back in August. Now they have arrived in European retail stores. These drives come in both 4GB and 8GB capacities.

They are capless flash drives with a matte-textured, scratchproof body and feature a slide-out USB 2.0/1.1 connector. They come in two color options, blue/white and black/red as seen above.

Pill shaped USB Flash Drive

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Conner Flynn on June 20th, 2010

For those looking for something different in a flash drive, check out Rollin Rockers’s new limited edition LP. It comes in a very unconventional form factor. A pill shape. This Pill Shaped USB flash drive will cost you $15 each.

Aside from all the songs that you get on a regular LP, the additional space on the USB flash drive features music videos, photos and exclusive Rollin Rockers content to keep fans happy.

Patriot Xporter USB flash drive comes bundled with Shattered Horizon game

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Conner Flynn on April 30th, 2010

When we buy a new USB flash drive, we should get a prize. You know, like in a cereal box or Cracker Jacks. When we buy a new drive, we should get a game. Patriot has announced that its Xporter USB flash drive now comes bundled with the zero gravity first-person shooter, Shattered Horizon game.

This bundle will come with a Steam download code that allows users to download and install the game. You can Choose from 8GB and 16GB USB flash drives right now, though future Patriot products will also include a copy of the Shattered Horizon game.

Corsair launches 32GB Flash Voyager Mini USB flash drive

Posted in Corsair by Conner Flynn on March 25th, 2010

Corsair has now added a new storage capacity to its Flash Voyager Mini USB flash drive series with the launch of the 32GB model. The increased capacity allows for a huge number of movies, music, photos etc to be stored in a format that’s about one third the size of typical USB Flash drives.

The drive sports a rubberized housing that is water resistant and shock proof, and the cap-less retractable USB connector uses COB (Chip-on-Board) technology. The 32GB Flash Voyager Mini sells for about $113.

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Kingston ships 256GB DataTraveler 310 USB flash drive in US

Posted in Kingston by Conner Flynn on February 18th, 2010

256GB is a lot to have on your flash drive no matter how you look at it. Non-Americans have had access to the DataTraveler 300 for almost a year and now it’s our turn. Kingston has finally realized that us Americans would like that kind of capacity as well.

And the DataTraveler 310 is just the drive to deliver it to us. It’s the first 256GB flash drive to ship in the States. The DT 310 can hold up to 54 DVDs or 1,984 JPEGs and it’ll play nice with Windows, Linux and OS X-based systems.

PQI limited edition Santa Claus on a Chimney USB flash drive

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

PQI limited edition Santa Claus on a Chimney USB flash driveIt’s that time of year again and yeah Thanksgiving isn’t even here yet, but it’s time for the crappy Santa USB drives to arrive. Who buys these? Do you buy these? Do you have them given to you by the office dork? This one is from PQI. The limited edition Intelligent Drive-U825 Santa USB flash drive.

It’s water and dust proof so when someone gives you one and you throw it in the street, some other dude can find it and use it. It’s available in capacities from 4GB to 16GB. It can also be used as a dongle decoration. Oh joy.

Wink USB flash drive: Perfect for Sarah Palin

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

Wink USB flash drive: Perfect Sarah PalinActive Media Products is surely going to need a lawyer over this silly USB flash drive. Sure, it is possible that Sarah Palin agreed to have her image used to market AMP’s new “Wink” USB flash drive, (It wouldn’t be the stupidest thing she’s ever done) but chances are that’s not the case.

In any event, this thing is being touted as the world’s smallest 16GB flash drive and it’s waterproof too. It measures 1.2 x 0.5 x 0.1 inches. It’s available now for $7.95 for 2GB. 16 GB will cost you $37.95. So who wants a face on their flash drive?

Kunai USB flash drive

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Conner Flynn on September 17th, 2009

Kunai USB flash driveA Kunai is an ancient weapon used by ninjas, so modern Ninjas will surely want their USB flash drive in the form of a Kunai. But times have changed. This version won’t kill, it just holds your precious Ninja data and ancient secrets.

The drive comes with 2GB of storage space and will cost you about $125, which seems just a bit excessive considering the capacity. Maybe Ninjas get a special discount, but I doubt it.

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R2-D2 Pez Dispenser USB Flash Drive

Posted in DIY by Conner Flynn on June 16th, 2009

R2D2 Pez Dispenser USB Flash DriveAn R2D2 Pez Dispenser is a pretty cool geek toy by itself. But it’s even better when that R2 Pez dispenser is also a USB flash drive. Candy + storage = Awesome. More impressive, it is still a working Pez dispenser.

It can’t hold quite as much as an un-tampered with dispenser, but that’s still pretty awesome, because the lost candy is replaced with storage. It can only hold 3 pieces of Pez. Hey, the important thing is that it can hold any at all. It will hold 2GB of data.

Edge Tech announces cheaper 128GB USB flash drive

Posted in EDGE Tech by Conner Flynn on June 16th, 2009

Edge Tech announces cheaper 128GB USB flash driveKingston may have been faster, being the first out of the gate with a 128GB USB flash drive, but they are not the cheapest. Edge Tech is right behind them, with an offering that does away with some of the added security and ruggedness of Kingston’s and knocks $150 off the price.

Edge Tech’s DiskGO drive features 128GB storage capacity, with a durable aluminum housing and some basic encryption software for extra protection. For a savings of $150, you may want consider this one.

PNY, IronKey team for secure USB flash drive

Posted in PNY,USB Flash Drives by Nino Marchetti on October 26th, 2007

PNY 4GB IronKeyPNY Technologies, a maker of computer memory products, and Ironkey, a developer of computer security products, are teaming up to create a co-branded USB flash drive for retail. The new PNY 4GB IronKey Secure USB Flash Drive is priced at around $150.

The PNY 4GB IronKey Secure USB Flash Drive offers up a variety of measures to protect and secure your data. These include Internet authentication software, private web surfing, data backup, government-level AES “always on” encryption and a durable body design.