Cool USB drives - in a syringe

Cool USB drives photos

Cool USB drives - banana

Cool USB drives - Teddy bear in USB

Cool USB drives - Teddy bear USB drive

Cool USB drives - Teddy bear USB

Cool USB drives - retro tape usb

Cool USB drives photo

Cool USB drives - bacon

USB drives - chain -

USB drives - Batteries

Cool USB drives - domino usb

Cool USB drives - gold ingots

   


219 Responses to “Cool USB drives”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Did you know that everyone that repeated the first guy is a genius. O btw the battery USB drive is actually a rechargeable batter not a USB drive. O and it’s the third picture from the bottom.

  2. ultrauber says:

    to clarify: the 3rd from the bottom is a rechargeable battery, not a usb drive

  3. Autumn says:

    The Forth from the bottom ( the dominos) and the last one ( the goldbars ) are the coolest ones there. They are all cool.

  4. axel portillo says:

    did you know that the battery USB is actually a real battery i dont know i just thought you hould know 😛

  5. Magister Mundi says:

    So, the third image from the bottom is actually showing rechargeable batteries that charge via USB, not a flash drive (yes, appearances can be deceiving). From experience, though, I can tell you that those batteries (that are definitely not flash drives) actually work pretty damn well.

  6. Kieran says:

    Sweet job, but the third picture contains rechargeable batteries, not USB drives.

  7. Wade says:

    Great ideas! Although…. The flash drives that look like batteries, are actual rechargeable batteries. Just sayin

  8. Dave says:

    Does anybody know where I can buy a battery that charges with the USB

  9. Web says:

    Fun devices for your personal needs, I am not about to walk up to a clients equipment and stick half a teddy bear into but they are fine for light hearted needs.

  10. Megan says:

    Just to clarify, the third from the bottom is actually rechargeable batteries…otherwise, great compilation.

  11. P.S. says:

    I felt compelled to tell you that the 3rd picture from the bottom contains batteries, not a USB stick!
    Just in case someone thought otherwise and didn’t read the comments! 😉

  12. Buddah says:

    Usb drive the third one from the bottom is a battery not. Herh herh herh.

    This is so Yoda can understand.

  13. im not sure says:

    i am not sure if the third from the bottom is a flash drive or a battery……. i mean, only 100+ people said it was a battery…(insert dripping sarcasm)

  14. Robin says:

    Hi, I just thought I’d let you know that the 3rd pic from the bottom is actually rechargeable batteries and not flash drives.

  15. Lathesis says:

    These are awesome! But actually, the third ones from the bottom are just batteries, and not USB drives.

  16. davy vermaeren says:

    where can i buy this usb flash drives

  17. Dolomite Samson says:

    Excellent article. I really didn’t know there were so many USB flash drives. And now after seeing this article I can’t understand why the 3rd picture from the bottom really ISN’T a flash drive but is a battery that can be recharged through a USB port.

  18. Noaphun Atoll says:

    As a prominent potato in a field, I have after careful observation and research found that the item listed third from the lower end of the list is actually an electrical battery, being composed from one or more electrochemical cells that convert stored chemical energy into electrical energy. I have found that these are not USB flash drive as those are a data storage device that includes flash memory with an integrated Universal Serial Bus (USB) interface. USB flash drives are typically removable and rewritable, and physically much smaller than a floppy disk. Most weigh less than 30 g. As of September 2011 drives of 256 gigabytes (GB) are available, Storage capacities as large as 2 terabytes are planned, with steady improvements in size and price per capacity expected. Some allow up to 100,000 write/erase cycles, depending on the exact type of memory chip used, and a 10 year shelf storage time. And these are indeed not that. You may not have noticed, but my observational skills will prove to be preventative in a inadvertant mistake.

  19. John Blaze says:

    I think the 3rd ones from the bottom are actually rechargeable batteries, just a keen observation.

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