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Gun Rack Organizer

Gun Rack Organizer

Even machine guns have identity crises: Stuart Fingerhut’s Gun Rack Organizer is an AK-47 with birds and a girl on a swing, all of which are useful places to stow your keys and mail.

Nissan GT-R Toolbox

Nissan GT-R Toolbox

If your GT-R is lonely in that big ol’ acid-stained garage, check out this limited edition Snap-on toolbox; it’s covered with a Nissan GT-R graphic and includes a keyfob-shaped key.

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Samsung 256GB SSD

Samsung 256GB SSD

Samsung’s 256GB SSD is finally going into mass production; with capacities that rival laptop HDDs and blazing fast 200-220MB/s read/write speeds, we can’t wait to get our hands on one.

USB Man

USB Man

It looks like a medieval torture rack, but USB Man has much simpler intentions: the little guy is actually a powered four-port USB hub with a small footprint and generous 45″ cord.

Dr. Who Tardis USB Hub

Dr. Who Tardis USB Hub

Don’t let its police box disguise fool you; this Dr. Who Tardis USB Hub can travel through time at at USB 2.0 speeds with its four ports; it even has a blue siren up top and sound effects.

Datamore Porte

Datamore Porte

Most HDD enclosures are pretty stale, but Datamore’s Porte sports sleek racecar looks and a Lambo-esque scissor door; it comes in USB and eSATA versions, but is sold in Korea only.

WD My Passport Studio

WD My Passport Studio

Clearly targeted towards MacBook owners, Western Digital’s My Passport Studio not only looks the part but includes a FireWire 800 interface; it’s available in 500GB and 400GB sizes.

Concept: Dog Bookstands

Concept: Dog Bookstands

These Dog Bookstands by Charles Kalpakian put the funk in shelving; we’re honestly not sure what to make of them, other than that we’d snap up a few of these puppies if they’re ever made.

Prime SSD-RAID Server

Prime SSD-RAID Server

Forget HDD: DosPara’s Prime SSD-RAID Server features solid state drives on a RAID 0 array, with 1119 MB/s read and 442 MB/s write. It also sports a Core 2 Duo CPU and 4GB of RAM.

Bali-USB Drive

Bali-USB Drive

Based off the balisong, a Filipino butterfly knife, this Bali-USB Drive only slices and dices files. The 2GB drive is made out of ABS plastic and flips out with hidden pivot pins. Thanks, Pek!

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