Are you a Family Guy fan? If yes, then this Family Guy USB Flash Drives series will be a great possession to have. Available in 8GB and 16GB models, the series includes all the popular characters, a.k.a. Peter Griffin, Lois, Stewie, Chris, Meg, Brian, and even the Giant Chicken and Evil Monkey. Sorry, no luck for Quagmire fans though.
This beautiful & sleek USB 2.0 flash drive is from LaCie and is called PetiteKey. But don’t be fooled by its size. As LaCie puts it…”Mighty Strength. Mini Size.” Not only it is extremely sturdy, it is also 100m water-proof!
This so-called Minibot USB thumb-drive may not have a huge storage capacity, but is certain a “cute” thing to have. Based on the Star Wars theme, this flash drive is certainly a worthy gift for any its fans. Available in 4Gb capacity at BestBuy for $6 a piece.
The 8GB Cork USB drive is a real treat for any wine lover. This flash drive truly looks like the real thing indeed and is compatible with Windows 7, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Mac OS 10+ and Linux.
Are you a Rubik’s cube fan? If you could never get one solved yet, here’s your chance to do it now. Other than being a flash drive, the USB Mini IQ Cube is also the world’s easiest Rubik’s cube. Available from Brando starting at $17.
We have seen several types of USB drives, but this is something really new. Created by Korea’s Zyrus, the device you see above is a USB solar charger which is good enough to recharge your digital camera, MP3 player or cellphone. It is called the Sun Drive and supply upto “35 hours of power, and can charge your cell phone with up to 100 minutes of talk time“.
Flash drives have come a long way in every shapes and sizes. We have already given several examples, here’s one more. Check out the Biscuit USB flash drive, which actually looks like a real biscuit put together (as the name suggests). The device also has a red LED indicator which turns on when the flash drive is in operation.
My first USB thumb drive was a Kingston 64MB which I bought in sometime early 2003. I was a proud owner and remember people asking me about the price and where I got it from. Things have changed drastically since then. Kingston just launched their newest thumb drive with a whooping capacity of 256 GB. Imagine that!