USB Flash Drive is dime a dozen, so there is really nothing much to talk about unless it packs, I don’t know, maybe like 2TB in it? That said, USB Flash Drive has come to point where, picking up one is no longer the question of speeds, or brands, it is a matter of aesthetic. Well, at least for some of us, it is. In other words, it is a style statement, so to speak, for geeks. I mean, sure, you can go ahead and get a mundane SanDisk variety, but nobody’s stopping you from making a statement out of a rather mundane gadget like a USB Flash Drive. Continue reading Here Are Five Steampunk USB Flash Drives You Simply Can’t Ignore
Good news for folks who has one too many terabytes of data to move, Kingston has just unveiled the mother of all USB flash drives (at least for now) called DataTraveler Ultimate Generation Terabyte (GT) that packs up to a whopping 2TB of storage space, thus snagging the title as the world’s highest capacity USB Flash drive! Yes. You heard that right. Two freaking terabytes! Holy smoke! That’s insane and it would be insane on your part too, cos’ if you were lose this precious one (knock on wood), you will probably go bonkers. Continue reading Holy Smoke! Kingston Just Unveiled A USB Flash Drive Packing 2TB!
If there’s one gripe about iPhone, it would be storage and the only resolution for iPhone users’ storage woe would be iCloud, which means leaving your data at the hands of Apple and at the mercy of connectivity. Seriously, we can’t keep assuming that we will always have connectivity and similarly, we can’t assume our data won’t be hacked while it sits idly in the Cloud. That said, iPhone is in dire need of removable storage like microSD card, but that’s going to happen for obvious reason and so, third-party solution is the only way to go for now. Continue reading Dime-sized Magnetic Memory Adds Up To 256GB Of Storage To Your iPhone
If the Bomber firestarter paracord bracelet and the likes are the survival gear for the outdoor adventure seekers, then we suppose the Triband Plus would be the equivalent for urban road warriors. Triband Plus packs five functions into a neat, wrist-worn package and though it looks like a fitness tracker, it has no wish to meddle in your health. Instead, it is touted as a wearable technology that wants to help improve the simple life problems of gadget users. Continue reading Triband Plus is a Wrist-worn, Urban Road Warriors’ Survivor Gear
We don’t know what to make of the SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick. It is like a wireless hard drive, but it has a stick form factor and it has a USB connector which makes it a, well, USB flash drive. So I guess you can call it a hybrid of sort. Anyways, as the product name suggests, it is a wireless drive that allows you to wirelessly access media or transfer large files, save and share photos and videos, or stream multimedia like videos and music to and from your mobile devices, supporting up to three devices simultaneously, but since it also has a USB connector, it can be plugged into your computer’s USB port to save and transfer files. Continue reading This USB Flash Drive from SanDisk Does Not Need to be Plugged In
LG Brings Its Latest Ultra HD Monitor To The U.S., Priced at $599
LG is bringing its latest Ultra HD monitor, 27MU67, to the U.S. This 27-inch class monitor features AMD’s FreeSync technology, Black Stabilizer for brightening up dark scenes, Dynamic Action Sync that cuts input lag to 9.7 ms, and Flicker Safer function that makes this IPS display easier on the eyes. $599. BUY.
Casio Introduces Lamp-free Super Slim Projectors for Gaming
Casio Slim Series Lamp-free Projectors measure an astounding 1.7 inches thick and packs proprietary Laser & LED Hybrid light source for maximum brightness, 20,000 hours of lifespan with minimal degradation, and three A/V inputs, including HDMI, RGB and RS-232C terminals. From $949.99. BUY.
Bethesda Softworks Announces Fallout 4 Game
Official words are, Fallout 4’s world premier is expected to happen during E3 at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood on June 14, 7PM PST. You can catch the live stream via Twitch and YouTube. Unfortunately, no word of when exactly it will hit the stores, but it is arriving alright. $TBA. LEARN MORE.
OWC New USB-C Dock Adds 11 Ports To Your New MacBook
Compensate the lack of ports on the new MacBook with the OWC New USB-C Dock that offers 4 USB 3 Type-A ports, 1 USB 3 Type-C port, an SD card reader, HDMI with 4K display support, audio in and out ports, a Gigabit Ethernet port and can even power your MacBook – all with a USB Type-C cable. $129. BUY.
Integral Memory Introduces The First USB Type-C Flash Drive
Your MacBook has it and so do many upcoming gadgets, so it is wise to prep yourself with a portable storage that uses it. We are talking about USB Type-C connector and the London-based Integral Memory is the first to introduces a USB flash drive with such connector. $TBA. LEARN MORE.
Caterpillar Launches A New Rugged Feature Phone, Cat B30
Geared towards foreign workers, the Cat B30 is a feature phone that is built to take any beatings. It is IP67 rated, which means it is waterproof to 1 meter, dust and shockproof and in addition, it can survive a 1.8 meter drop onto concrete and can stand up to extreme temperatures too. £99. BUY.
Until the widespread adoption of USB-C (aka USB Type C), figuring out which way to plug in your standard USB Type A connector will be a problem that we will have to live with, but not if Ryo Adapter can help it. Ryo Adapter is the latest to join the small pool of adapters that will turn your regular USB cable’s USB Type A end into a reversible connector so you never have to worry about plugging it in upside down, ever. Sure, there are adapters that serve the same function, but Ryo stands out as one that is super tiny, almost the size of your original USB connector, and it features a rubberized grip so serial cable tuggers can rest assure that it will not dislodge from the cable when tugged upon. The best part is obviously the size, which will kind of ‘fuse’ into your existing cable so that you would not even notice it is there after some time. Continue reading This Adapter Will Turn Any Regular USB Cable into a Reversible USB Cable
We are not sure if the Symlis Sparrow OTG Flash Drive and Charging Cable combo is the world’s first flash drive that charges and syncs your smartphone as its creator claims, but it is certainly something we have not seen before. Do correct us if we were wrong. Anyways, the product is what it says it is: an uber sleek accessory that you can use to store files like any regular USB flash drive and also charges and/or sync your smartphone when the need arise. A pretty sensible creation, I must say, because both features are considered indispensable today. Best of all, it supports USB OTG, allowing compatible devices to access the files, such as movies, music and documents, stored on the USB flash drive for on-the-go entertainment and work purposes. Most importantly, it looks pretty cool and can be looped to your keychain for easy carry and access. Continue reading Symlis Marries a USB Charging Cable to a USB Flash Drive, or Was It Vice Versa?
if you expect to find your USB flash drive to be in some seriously extreme conditions such as running over by a vehicle, subject to 3,600 Fahrenheit (about 2,000oC) of heat, burnt by blowtorch, or even taking a dive down to 1.2 miles (2 km) of water, just to name a few, then Dave Humphrey from Canada might just have the USB flash drive for you. he has developed the “world’s toughest USB drive” that will escape those extremes unscathed. called VIUD or Virtually Indestructible USB Drive, this super tough digital storage device is designed for life’s unexpected situations and can take virtually any punishment you or Mother Nature can unleash upon it, all while keeping the electronic and the digital content within safe and sound. Continue reading VIUD is a Super Tough USB Drive That Will Probably Outlast You in Any Given Extreme Conditions
don’t trust the cloud or email? well, then i am sure the Gigs 2 Go Tear-and-Share Flash Drive Pack will appeal to you. as the product name implies, it lets you tear out a USB flash drive, store something on it and give it to whoever you want to share the files with. no security implications and no worries about file size or whatsoever. it looks like the tab stickers, except that it won’t mark pages or let you make notes, oh wait, it actually can. you can use a sharpie to write very short notes of its content. it has a unique eco-friendly packaging too; the ‘enclosure’ is of molded paper pulp, made from 100 percent post-consumer recycled paper and within each of these enclosure, is an ultra-thin chip-on-board flash memory stick, secured inside a recycled plastic tray. Continue reading Gigs 2 Go Is The Tab Stickers Of The Flash Drive World, Lets You Store Large Files for Easy Sharing