10 Coolest USB Flash Drives
TrekStor SB-Stick with Bottle Opener ($43.71) will not only quench your storage thirst with its 25MB/s read speed and 12 MB/s write speed, but is also sure to have you sipping suds at your desk thanks to the bottle opener that’s built into the device’s brushed aluminium housing. A USB 2.0 connector port features at the sober end of the device and storage fans can pick the unit up in 1, 2, 4, 8 and 16 GB capacities.
Hungry? Get the
Hamburger USB Flash Drive ($19.99)
and eat up to 1GB of information.
This "freshly baked" product will certainly be a conversation starter and a convenient reminder of what you'll be having for lunch.
Bond, James Bond. For wanna-be spies, the
USB Hidden Flash Drive Watch ($49.99)
features an ample 4GB capacity USB flash drive that slips neatly into the watch case.
Simply remove, add data and then re-insert and you're ready to conduct secret missions to building B on the other side of campus.
The watch itself has a Japanese movement, plastic case covered by stainless steel mask with brushed silver finish and convex mineral glass.
Barely bigger than the tip of your pinky, the
Pico USB Flash Drive ($24.99)
is less than 4mm thick. The polished chrome finish is certainly shiny, but at 8 gigabytes, it’s redonkulously teeny.
Electronics and fire have never been friends and you could even say they are essentially sworn enemies. But in the case of the
USB Flash Drive Lighter ($50.00)
they have decided to call a truce. Long standing differences have been put aside to create a product that is both practical and very unique.
This flash drive has an ample 8GB capacity and the lighter is refillable. The USB connector slides out of the bottom of the metal case, using a small slider lever located on the side of the lighter.
The lighter has a polished chrome finish and an adjustable flame. Baby, light my flash drive!
Touchdown some gigabytes with the
Football USB Drive ($19.99).
This Super Bowl must-have is 1GB and weights less than 6 ounces.
More on food department: the
Pizza Flash Drive ($19.99)
makes for a great gift, or a quick dinner.
Want to make a flash drive that nobody in a modern office would even think about taking? Hide it in your
Eraser USB Memory Stick ($10.99)
and keep it forever on this digital age. After all, nobody uses erasers anymore.
No longer do you have to have a lanyard around your neck if you want to wear your flash drive around since this
USB Flash Drive Wrist band ($13.99)
disguises itself as a wristband that comes in six different colors of red, yellow, blue, green, orange and purple.
The USB port doubles as the connector to hold the strap together when wearing it and it sounds fairly durable as the catalog page boasts that the drive is shockproof and moisture proof (we’re assuming moisture from sweat).
Attention Edison's Fans. The
Light Bulb USB Drive ($19.99)
has got 1GB to light up your info.
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