Kingston pushes the limits of “flash drives” with the DataTraveler Ultimate GT, a shock-resistant USB 3.0 drive with either 1TB or 2TB of storage capacity. It’ll be available 2/2016 for what will surely be an unholy price.
Need to light up? Do away with butane, flints, and wind with this neat lighter which uses electrical current to start fire. A single charge via USB will get you 50 uses, and it’s TSA approved, so you can carry it with you on a flight. Save 40% in The Awesomer Shop.
Retro gaming company Hyperkin applies its design sensibilities to a computer keyboard. This mechanical USB keyboard features super clicky backlit Gaote Blue switches, and has a grey and blue color scheme reminiscent of the classic Super Nintendo console and controller.
It looks like the creators of this throwback boombox just dusted off plans from an old ’80s model. But this one has one big difference. In addition to its AM/FM/shortwave radio and cassette player, it can convert your old mixtapes to MP3s via SD card or flash drive.
A plug-and-play USB accessory that emulates touchscreen input on Windows 8 and Windows 10 laptops with 15.6″ screens. AirBar projects an invisible light field to detect input, which means you can use a variety of objects to interact with your screen.
A USB hub for the new MacBook and other computers with a USB-C port. It has a USB-C charging port, four USB 2.0 ports and a Mini DisplayPort that can output 4K at 30Hz and 1080p at 60Hz. It also has a wraparound LED charging indicator.
An ergonomic, programmable and mechanical USB keyboard. The UHK can be split into two for a comfortable typing experience. It has four key layers, uses Cherry MX switches and stores key layouts in its internal memory so they will work with any computer.
This chunky USB-C Dock trades a single USB-C port for five USB 3.1 ports (four USB-A and one USB-C), an HDMI port, an SD slot, an Ethernet port, audio in and audio out. It also has an 80W power adapter to power connected USB devices.
Big Hero 6 fans will want to get their credit cards out now for this officially-licensed – and officially adorable LED lamp based on our bulbous hero Baymax. It’s USB powered, and has several light modes, including one to help you drift off to sleep.
A portable USB hub for the new MacBook and other PCs with USB-C connections. The Hub+ has two USB-C ports, three USB 2.0 ports, a miniDisplayPort 1.2 port, an SD card reader and a 400mAh battery for emergency charging.
A small adapter that turns your gadget’s USB head into a reversible one, so it will go into a USB port no matter which side is on top. It comes in packs of three – two black and one white. Ryo also has a reversible flash drive.
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