This 4-port USB hub looks exactly like an old school tape, but if you try and play it in a Walkman, you’ll damage it for sure. There’s nothing sweeter than having new tech look like old tech. The cassette tape USB hub is a perfect example for this, and no it can’t be used in a tape deck.
Most people don’t enjoy typing on the little keyboards that come with laptops nowadays. Some of the bigger laptops have quite comfortable ones. However, the smaller form factor laptops can be a pain to type on. Matias has developed an interesting solution for this problem.
The recent wave of ultra-thin USB drives continues with the KeyXpress, a key shaped USB flash drive by Aexea. This is actually a pretty cool concept, since you can easily lug around a good number on a keyring and mix them in with your other keys.
The prices of USB flash drives keeps going down. The price of creating the devices is also plummeting. As usual, people always want to get the biggest possible drives. This is especially true for USB flash drives. The more memory you have, the more stuff you can carry around in your pocket.
If getting a wooden USB flash drive isn’t enough, you can now purchase wooden animal USB drives. Marubeni InfoTech, the same company behind the wooden USB dirve, has launched these cute little 1GB drives.
USB flash drives are a dime a dozen. As solid state memory becomes more popular, the USB drives are getting bigger and bigger. Right now, you can easily obtain 32GB USB flash drives pretty cheaply. However, form and function do not always exclude style. Recently, Swiss Army released the 8GB Swiss Army USB storage knife. Now, they’ve just updated their USB knife to 16GB, including an LED flashlight.