These latest releases join a host of other Star Wars-themed flash drives, but I must admit I'm partial to Yoda. It's the ears!
The drive is available starting at $25 for 2GB of storage, with available 4, 8, and 16GB options for $35, $55, and $80, respectively.
The drives are available in 2GB, 4GB, and 8GB (starting at $25) and come loaded with Sanrio-themed wallpaper, screensavers, icons, avatars, and videos.
If wooden USB drives tickle your fancy, ZaNa has just come out with these handcrafted SO2 USB drives made from either merbau wood, silver 925 or natural amber. When you plug the SO2 into your USB port, a flashing amber light is used as the access indicator. According to GetUSB, ZaNa includes "Ultra Stable Technology" in their drives to insure data doesn't get lost with an accidental power down or disconnect. Priced at $64 for the 1GB and $83 for the 2GB. Spill the beans. . . geek or chic?
First there were cassettes, then CDs and soon you'll be able to purchase music-filled USB drives. Universal Music will soon be offering music singles on USB drives to help increase music sales, although I can't see any sales increasing with a $10 price tag for only one single! Considering the fact that we can now buy and download songs wirelessly for about a dollar, why would we want to carry around a bunch of USB drives that don't even play more than one song? People like the convenience of digital music that can easily be transferred to their media devices and music that doesn't cost a small fortune. What do you think? via Coolest Gadgets
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