Flash Drives

Vacuum Tube Flash Drive

Vacuum Tube Flash Drive

Slavatech makes USB flash drives that are encased in authentic vacuum tubes. Each one has an LED that lights up when the drive is plugged in. They come in 8GB to 128GB capacities. Touch of Modern has them on sale as of this writing.

T183 Multitool Flash Drive

T183 Multitool Flash Drive

TeamGroup’s T183 is a USB-A 3.1 flash drive made of zinc alloy. Aside from storing data, it can also be used as a bottle opener, a cutter and a ruler. It’s also magnetic and has a lanyard hole built-in. It will be available in 16GB, 32GB, 64GB and 128GB capacities.

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Lexar Jumpdrive F35 USB Flash Drive

Lexar Jumpdrive F35 USB Flash Drive

Ensure your files are seen only by the right eyes with Lexar’s JumpDrive F35. It’s an encrypted USB 3.0 flash drive that comes with a fingerprint authenticator that works with Windows computers. It unlocks within 1 second, and lets you save up to 10 fingerprints.

SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick

SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick

Like its predecessor, the Wireless Stick lets you transfer files to and from iOS and Android devices. It can also stream music or videos to up to 3 devices at once, and lasts up 4.5h per charge. Comes in 16GB, 32GB, 64GB and 128GB.

USB Money Clip

USB Money Clip

Store your cash and cache your files in this dual-purpose pocket accessory. Made by Ravi Ratan, this 8GB USB flash drive has an integrated money clip. It’s available in a polished or brushed silver finish.

Gigs 2 Go Flash Drives

Gigs 2 Go Flash Drives

A credit-card sized pack containing four flash drives ready to be shared. Their cases are made from recycled paper and plastic, while the drives are waterproof and shockproof. Available in 2GB, 4GB and 8GB capacities.

SanDisk Wireless Flash Drive

SanDisk Wireless Flash Drive

The Wireless Flash Drive lets you transfer files and stream media to multiple mobile devices or computers without the need for an Internet connection. It’s the same size as a normal flash drive and lasts up to 4 hours per charge.

…Like Clockwork USB Drive

…Like Clockwork USB Drive

Queens of the Stone Age is releasing their latest album on an 8GB flash drive that’s also a bottle opener. It also includes freebies like photos and music videos. They even made a cheesy infomercial starring SNL’s Fred Armisen.

Milktape

Milktape

Made for sharing mixtapes, the Milktape is a 128MB – yep, MB – USB drive in a blank cassette tape. It comes with two blank stickers and a plastic case. If only it were cheaper or had more storage.

LaCie RuggedKey

LaCie RuggedKey

A USB 3.0 flash drive with AES 256-bit encryption and protection from heat, cold, dust and water. It will also survive being dropped from more than 300ft. Comes in 16GB and 32GB variants.

Stampd’ LA USB Drive

Stampd’ LA USB Drive

For erryday shufflin’ of files. Stampd’ LA’s gold USB drive is obviously not made of the real deal, but it’s 6 times more expensive than regular 4GB flash drives. Because that’s just how you roll.

Pistol Flash Drive

Pistol Flash Drive

Lock and load your files in this flash drive from Brando. The miniature pistol replica hides the actual flash drive, which looks and works a bit like a firearm magazine. Comes in 2GB-16GB capacity.

Topsecret USB Drives

Topsecret USB Drives

The Topsecret by designers Rob Hermes and Marlies Romberg is made from porcelain and has a wax seal, beautiful metaphors for the fragility and importance of privacy. Available in different colors.

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Empty Memory Drives

Empty Memory Drives

Logical Art designed the smartly styled pieces in their Empty Memory jewelry collection to double as flash drives. They are sold out at the moment but are accepting pre-orders for a new batch.

Mimomicro Card Reader

Mimomicro Card Reader

Just like the Mimobot flash drives, Mimomicro microSD card readers will also be available in different character designs, starting with DC and Star Wars characters. Available this March for $13.

Crypteks Flash Drive

Crypteks Flash Drive

The Crypteks USB flash drive is all about security. Its easy to use locking mechanism offers over 14 million combinations. Also has 256-bit AES encryption and a read-only mode. Only USB-2.0 though.

Roland TR-808 Flash Drive

Roland TR-808 Flash Drive

You can’t make music with it, but if you’re a vintage drum machine and synthesizer fan you’ll still love this detailed replica 8GB flash drive of the legendary Roland TR-808 Rhythm Composer.

Elecom Data Hook

Elecom Data Hook

Created in collaboration with Japanese design studio nendo, the Data Hook is a 4GB USB 2.0 flash drive in a practical carabiner case, so you can easily and securely carry it wherever you go.

Hand Sign USB Drives

Hand Sign USB Drives

Whether you’re a hippie, rebel, rocker or geek, there’s a drive that will represent you. Each drive measures 2.5″ x 1.2″ x 0.6″ and has a capacity of 2GB. It’s a shame the other signs aren’t in stock.

Kix Berlin Concrete USB Drives

Kix Berlin Concrete USB Drives

Remember the Concrete USB Drive concept? Turns out you can actually buy one now, albeit from a different designer. Kix Berlin’s heavy duty Usbéton flash drives come in two capacities, 1GB and 4GB.

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35mm Film Flash Drive

35mm Film Flash Drive

Go old school with these flash drives encased in used 35mm film canisters. Available in 2GB and 4GB models. They’re not going to work with the new easy-to-use cameras though.

Batman x Mimobot Flash Drives

Batman x Mimobot Flash Drives

Mimoco and Warner Bros. are collaborating on a collection of iconic DC Comics’ super heroes and villains flash drives, beginning with a 1939-era limited edition Batman, with many more to follow.

LaCie MosKeyto USB Drive

LaCie MosKeyto USB Drive

LaCie says the diminutive MosKeyto is a “plug it & forget it” kind of thing. Because forgetting where you placed your files sure is a neat experience. But seriously, it’s perfect if you’re always on the go.

OCZ Enyo USB 3.0 Portable SSD

OCZ Enyo USB 3.0 Portable SSD

OCZ’s Enyo series of portable solid state drives can transfer 16GB of data in just 53 seconds over USB 3.0 (and look cool doing it.) Backwards compatible with USB 2.0 in case you live in the dark ages.

USB Bottle Opener

USB Bottle Opener

Save your memories, then open a cold one with this clever USB flash drive that doubles as a handy bottle opener. Now if only you could remember where you put it after you drink yourself silly…

wtfJeans

wtfJeans

wtfJeans will have your gadgets going FTW: each pair comes with an iPhone/iPod Touch microfiber pocket and “high security” flash drive pocket as well as Twitter-colored stitching.

Lightsaber USB Thumbdrive

Lightsaber USB Thumbdrive

1 GB isn’t exactly cutting edge capacity, but these Lightsaber USB Thumbdrives will slice up unsuspecting Sith or Jedi: available in Luke and Vader colors, they light-up when plugged in.

AirStash

AirStash

The AirStash is the swiss army knife of flash drives: it’s not only wireless, pocketable SD card storage for your iPhone/iTouch, but also streams movies and music and shares files.

IronKey S200 USB Drive

IronKey S200 USB Drive

The world’s only FIPS 140-2 Level 3 drive, the IronKey S200 is a tamper-resistant, high security USB flash drive with AES 256-bit encryption, EM shielding and self-destruct defenses.

Mimobot Series 4

Mimobot Series 4

Darth Vader and Captain Rex both get unmasked with Series 4 of Mimobot’s Star Wars themed 2GB flash drives; also available are Darth Maul and a pale “chase” version of Vader.

Shuriken USB Drive

Shuriken USB Drive

The best way to tell if you’ve been hit by elite Ninja hackers is to look for telltale 2GB Shuriken USB drives; like true ninjas, they don’t play nice with other flash drives due to their size.

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