Know how many pictures you can fit into a roll of film? 24 exposures? 36? Nah, try thousands! Photojojo has released a set of USB Film Rolls ($20) using old film canisters. Each hold up to 4GB of data.
Need a little inspiration to work off those holiday pounds? Get your eye of the tiger back by plugging Rocky, Mr. T or Apollo Creed ($28) into an open USB port on your laptop. Rocky’s sneer, Mr. T’s grimace and Carl Weathers’ moustache will motivate you as they tirelessly crunch through the day.
You can never have enough LEGOs in your life! These LEGO USB hubs ($12) offer 3 extra USB ports, and are easily stackable if you need more than that. Pluy, you can snap on one of these Batman characters to top things off.
This has got to be the coolest USB drive of all time. Ravage ($43) can store up to 2GB, and transforms into a vicious cat when not in use. Just make sure your co-workers don’t jack it from your desk when you’re not around.
Today LaCie announced three new ways to carry digital content – LaCie itsaKey, iamaKey and PassKey USB key drives, design by 5.5 Designers. The inventive, compact key-shaped design conveniently fits in a pocket or on a key ring. The itsaKey and iamaKey store up to 8 gigabytes of flash memory. Alternatively, the PassKey has a built-in microSD card reader, which allows you to use your memory cards as stylish and handy USB keys. The LaCie Keys are available now, starting at $9.90.
Do you sometimes feel that you’re caught up in the rat race of the working world, and that you are chained to your desk and getting no-where fast? Well we’ve found the perfect way to lighten the load. Now we can’t promise to take you out of the rat race but we can throw a hamster in there to mix it up a bit.
The USB Hamster Wheel is an utter delight. Plug it into your USB port, load the software from the CD provided and get typing. As you type, the hamster gets running, spinning the hamster wheel around in the process – the faster you type, the faster he runs. This demented rodent sent shrieks of laughter around the office when we tested it, and is the ultimate parody of modern society.
The Hawking HWL2 is an advanced version of the HWL1 and improves on many functions of the previous model. The most obvious is the addtion of a Hi-Speed Wireless-G USB 2.0 Network Adapter as well as the ability to differentiate wireless networks with security enabled. The addition of a WiFi Adapter allows the user to detect an 802.11b or 802.11g wireless signal and efforlessly connect to that signal by attaching their laptop or desktop directly to the HWL2 via USB 2.0.