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SanDisk Ultra Fit 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive

By: on October 02, 2015
$48.90
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Big performance in a tiny package. This USB 3.0 flash drive from SanDisk can write up to 10 times faster than USB 2.0 drives. That means transferring things like full-length films is possible in less than 40 seconds, and with 128GB of storage, you'll have room for the entire Star Wars and Lord of the Rings series, with just enough left over for your girlfriend's favorite movie, The Notebook, which has got to be about 100GB long. Or maybe it just felt that way when you were watching it.

SanDisk also provides Secure Access software with the purchase of its flash drives, with includes 128-bit encryption for private files.

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Cube Laser Virtual Keyboard

$87.28 from Amazon »

Fat-fingered iPad and iPhone users rejoice! Celluon's EPIC Laser Virtual Keyboard, a 63-key QWERTY holograph, projects at full size onto any flat surface, lessening the tediousness of mobile texting and emailing, and...

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Electrical Storm Dual USB Power Adapter

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This is what my mama always told me would happen inside my body if I stuck my finger in an electrical outlet. It actually looks pretty cool. If she hadn't also told me it would fry my brains like a skillet of bacon and...

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Cryptex USB Flash Drive

$47.95 from Amazon »

If Justin Nevins' Cryptex Security Boxes are out of your justifiable price range, Stanislav Tatarinov has another take on the Cryptex theme that might appeal to both your aesthetic and fiscal sensibilities: a Cryptex...

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StormFly - PC for Your Wrist

A PC for your wrist. A Cloud bracelet. An unassuming, yet hi-tech piece of jewelry called StormFly. With a much bigger emphasis on the hi-tech than the jewelry part. The StormFly is a self-proclaimed Ludicrous Speed storage...

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Personalized Custom Coloring Books

$32.50 - $145.99 from Colored Moments »

If you're crafty, you can probably make a personalized custom coloring book of your wedding, your trip to Italy, or your best Instagrammed food photos all by yourself with a few flicks of some Photoshop filters and some...

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Nanoform Sapphire Eternal Storage Disk

$284 - $632 from Fahrenheit 2451 »

Sapphire isn't just a name Fahrenheit 2451 gave their Nanoform storage disk because they thought it looked dreamy photographed against that shade of blue background. Rather, the Nanoform disk itself is made from 2 thin...

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Military Grade USB Drive

$125 - $179 from Amazon »

A less expensive alternative to the Crypteks USB Drive, the Apricorn Aegis Secure Key Flash Drive boasts military grade full-disk AES 256-bit CBC hardware encryption, further protected by a 7- to 15-digit PIN-activated...

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Round Cryptex USB Flash Drive

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Slice the cylinder and make it a circle. Stanislav Tatarinov previously created this sweet Cryptex USB flash drive, a functional puzzle with rotating Cryptex rings and numbers whose user-set code slides out a 16GB memory...

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SurfEasy - Internet Privacy to Go

$59.99 from SurfEasy »

Remember the good old days when a computer screen was a shield of privacy, a veil of mystery, an incognito way to surf raunchy websites and cyberstalk first loves? Well, SurfEasy is your USB-shaped DeLorean to the times...

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Crypteks USB Drive

Discontinued

Digital passwords, encryption software, purity rings, and LDS allegiance all claim to guard the goods, but they don't physically lock them. Said goods are still vulnerable to breaches, negligence, or too many shots of...

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The Geek Box Wooden Puzzle

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Need a gift for a geek? This one has all the necessary elements--eggheady challenge, fidget-friendly finger work, comes in a gift box, hey, it's even called The Geek Box. A set of 6 wooden puzzles that should be a no-brainer...

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iStick USB-Lightning Flash Drive

$79 - $299 from Kickstarter »

Apple loves their proprietary ports more than a back alley hooker loves crack. And while iStick can't put an end to this affinity, it can make it easier for those of us with iPhones, iPads, and iPod Touches to deal with....