Puzzle and security freaks will love the new Crypteks physically lockable USB device. The USB storage is located inside a housing with five rings on the outside, each set with the 26 letters of the alphabet. Twist to your code and you've unlocked your USB. With 26 letters and five rings, you'll have whopping 14,348,907 possible passwords. Now that's security!
Let's face it: most data isn't all that valuable. Some of your vacation photos, some work files and a handful of MP3s may have some personal value, but they're pretty much worthless in the marketplace. Not so when they're stored on a thumb drive made of gold!
One Russian designer decided simply encrypting the data on his USB flash drive wasn't enough, so he added a physical layer of protection: a five-wheel combination lock.
There's something to be said about super small digital cameras such as this CLAP camera. On the one hand, their insanely small size is quite adorable. On the other hand, the picture quality taken from such a small digital camera is sure to be worse than those taken with a modern day smartphone.
USB 3.0 is the new standard for super-fast data transfer between your computer and peripherals. And this PQI Traveling Disk drive is purportedly the world's smallest USB 3.0 thumbdrive.
Designer Ravi Ratan has come up with what is possibly the most dapper way to store you data: a pair of cufflinks. Each tiny drive holds 2GB worth of data — 4GB for a pair — though the accessories command a pretty high price.
We have to applaud the ambitious Art. Lebedev Studio. The forward-thinking designers of those futuristic Optimus keyboards with a video screen on each key have created Folderix Drives, simple flash storage devices that look like cute little folders. Pick...