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LaCie x Starck Drives

LaCie x Starck Drives

Designed for both staring and storing, LaCie’s Starck external hard drives (available in Mobile or Desktop flavors) sport a curvy millimeters-thick aluminum shell with up to 2 TB of space.

FreeAgent DockStar

FreeAgent DockStar

Using Pogoplug-licensed tech, Seagate’s FreeAgent DockStar lets you access up to four external hard drives from anywhere in the world with Windows Mac, Linux and even iPhones.

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Pico USB Flash Drive

Pico USB Flash Drive

It’s not as short as Eagletec’s Nano, but the Pico USB Flash Drive gets a higher max capacity of 32 GB, a chrome/nickel finish, is shock and water resistant, and measures 4 mm thin.

InSight USB Hard Drive

InSight USB Hard Drive

If you’re both style conscious and OCD, Verbatim’s InSight is the hard drive for you: portable at 6 oz. and 6 inches, it also features an always-on LCD with space and drive name.

Cassette-Shaped USB Hub

Cassette-Shaped USB Hub

If you prefer Rick Astley over Rokysopp, this Cassette-shaped 4-port USB Hub lets you wax nostalgic over the 80s while Facebooking; it’s authentic down to the rotating ribbon wheels.

BackPack Shelves

BackPack Shelves

Minimize desk clutter with the BackPack; it’s an adjustable shelf that piggybacks on the desk stand of iMacs and Apple Cinema Displays and holds everything from USB hubs to a Mac mini.

USB to SATA/IDE Kit

USB to SATA/IDE Kit

Drowning in a sea of hard drives from defunct computers? The USB to SATA/IDE kit can rescue your data from 1.8″-3.5″ IDE drives, 2.5″-3.5″ SATA drives and even optical drives.

Luke Skywalker USB

Luke Skywalker USB

Severed limbs have a way of repulsing people, but we still think this Luke Skywalker USB is pretty bad ass; inspired by The Empire Strikes Back, his arm detaches to reveal a 1 GB drive.

USB Wrist Bands

USB Wrist Bands

You’ll run the risk of looking like a giga-nerd, but these USB Wrist Bands are working flash drives that double as a bracelet when not in use; choose from 1GB and 4GB varieties.

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.

USB Hub/Mouse Pad

USB Hub/Mouse Pad

Combining two essential items for road warriors, Brando’s USB Hub and Mouse Pad is an interesting mix: you’ll get a 4-port USB 2.0 hub and a retractable mouse pad with LED backlight.

Wall Socket USB Hub

Wall Socket USB Hub

Elecom’s Wall Socket USB Hub is a “hey, that’s spiffy” idea–at least until you get your real-life electrical plugs mixed up, leading to results that are both eye-catching and eye-singeing.

Star Wars Flash Drives

Star Wars Flash Drives

There’s nothing like a headless stormtrooper to guard your data: these 2GB Star Wars Flash Drives are coming 10/09, with super-deformed versions of Boba, Darth, Yoda and gang.

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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.

Eye-Fi Pro SD Card

Eye-Fi Pro SD Card

The Eye-Fi Pro joins the company’s stable of versatile Wi-fi SD cards, this time packing RAW file and ad hoc support; the latter lets you upload files to your computer without a network or hotspot.

49-Port USB Hub

49-Port USB Hub

It’s targeted towards engineers for testing purposes, but this 49-Port USB Hub would most definitely ensure we’d never run of ports again–a godsend for overly gadgeted folks.

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.

Acer Aspire easyStore

Acer Aspire easyStore

Acer’s budget-friendly Aspire easyStore server not only comes with an Atom CPU, 2GB RAM, 1TB HDD and one-touch USB copy, but three hot-swappable bays, good for up to 7TB.

USB MP3/microSD Reader

USB MP3/microSD Reader

It isn’t the only mp3 player and flash drive we’ve seen (recall the 1G iPod Shuffle), but this USB MP3 player and microSD reader is dirt cheap and will support up to 32GB cards.

USB Transformers

USB Transformers

These USB Transformers take Cybertron to your cubicle and include flash drives and mouses; our favorite is Jazz, who transforms into a laptop-shaped USB hub. Thanks, Perry!

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Iomega eGo Drives

Iomega eGo Drives

Iomega’s portable eGo hard drives get a refresh with a new 1/2″ thick aluminum case, 7oz weight and up to 500GB of space; a special BlackBelt model can survive falls of up to 7 feet.

Clickfree Traveler

Clickfree Traveler

The size of a credit card, Clickfree’s Traveler connects via USB to your PC or Mac and begins backing up your data immediately without setup; choose from 16GB, 32GB and 64GB sizes.

Hip Hop Flash Drives

Hip Hop Flash Drives

Nearly exact replicas of Hip Hop’s most famous sequencers, these Akai MPC 2000XL and E-Mu SP1200 flash drives have 4GB of space, ideal for storing your MP3s, of course.

Seagate Replica

Seagate Replica

Similar to Apple’s Time Machine, Seagate’s Replica backs up your entire computer, with both 250GB single and 500GB multiple PC versions available; the latter includes a dock.

USB Nano Flash Drive

USB Nano Flash Drive

It’s just begging to get vacuumed up or otherwise misplaced, but EagleTec’s USB Nano Flash Drive is pretty sweet: this tiny drive packs plenty of storage, with 4GB and 8GB versions.

USB Cubic Card Reader

USB Cubic Card Reader

Brando’s latest cheaptastic gadget is the USB Cubic Card reader, patterned after a Rubik’s Cube; it allows up to 270 degrees of rotation and includes SD, microSD, MMC and XD support.

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