It appears Marcos took the USB cap and attached it to the end with some included brass gears and other Steampunk detail. The custom flash drive uses a piston gear from the USB connector to the watch components as a representation of the power from the PC being transferred to the heart of the USB stick. The 2GB steampunk custom flash drive is only $50, is 100% handcrafted and completely unique.Â There is limited stock, so if interested get on it. The USB Steampunk can be found and purchased at Etsy. Continue Reading
Granted the customized case from Gresso Design is unique, but to claim a flash drive is 192GBs when really it’s just a broken up set of three, is miss-leading. I think something along the lines of “USB case holds 192GBs of flash memory” would be a bit more appropriate. Even so, if you’ve got cash to burn these days, then drop $6,400 on this Enigma USB drive. Continue Reading
The 4 port lego hub looks very cool and would be a fun little addition to the office.Â A bit much in price for the concept of a 4 port USB hub, but given the custom build and stylized look, one could make the argument for the $50 price tag.Product is made by Databrick [great business name] and is available for immediate shipment anywhere in the world. To help close the deal, check out this ultra boring YouTube video with crazy brackground
Jason is the creator of this device and many other gadgets.Â He resides in Bolivia North Carolina and will ship anywhere in the world. Product page. Continue Reading
We’ve got a select few readers who’ve purchased all the Mimobot Star Wars drives, and now they can expand their collection with the Han Solo Carbonite USB drive.
As SlashGear points out, Han Solo was suppose to be frozen for eternity but without encryption technology your data wont have that same possibility, so maybe it’ll escape just as Han Solo came back to life.
The creator, Jason’s Creations has just sold out…but send him an email as more will make it to market, I’m sure.
Source:Â SlashGear.Continue Reading
Next up we have Gizmodo with a report about a $500 Mahjong USB drive with 16GBs of storage.Â At least the storage capacity has come up, but things drop again with the material being that of wood.Â The Mahjong drive has the option for customized engraving of whatever you fancy.
Next up we have Gizmodo with a report about a $500 Mahjong USB drive with 16GBs of storage.Â At least the storage capacity has come up, but things drop again with the material being that of wood.Â The Mahjong drive has the option for customized engraving of whatever you fancy. Bottom line – unless your bottom line is full of green cash, I don’t think these drives are for you [certainly not me]. Continue Reading