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iTwin file-sharing USB dongle Review

iTwin file-sharing USB dongle Review

It's time to take a look at the iTwin, a device that in just a few simple clicks, a web connection, and a push into your USB ports will connect two of your computers together for shared storage. Once you own an iTwin, you do not have to pay any additional cost to use it, it has no limits other than the storage space your computer(s) work with themselves, and though it is a two-piece device, its creators have a deal where you can purchase a replacement half for half the price of the original set - well played!

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The Dark Knight Rises gets tiny with MIMOBOTS

The Dark Knight Rises gets tiny with MIMOBOTS

The ever-expanding line of fabulously designed USB Flash Drives from Mimoco continues to get bigger with MIMOBOTS Batman and SDCC 2012 exclusive BANE from the upcoming blockbuster film The Dark Knight Rises! These two bots are being put out in anticipation of the film's July 20th release and come packed with special Mimory and mimoDesk suites of screensavers, wallpapers, and avatars galore. Both these bots and the newly announced Superman and Flash flashdrives (ironic greatness!) they'll be available in up to 64GB sizes!

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Germany increases blank media tax on flash drives by 2338%

Germany increases blank media tax on flash drives by 2338%

If you thought, the United States had some crazy tax laws, try on this one from Germany. Germany has had what's called the blank media tax since the audio cassette was introduced decades ago. The reason for the tax, according to the government, was to compensate music companies for what was assumed to cause a negative impact on the sales of commercial recordings. That blank media tax has stayed in place all these years as blank media changed and now applies to flash drives as well as memory cards for your camera.

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R2D2 USB Flash Drive Cufflinks up for pre-order

R2D2 USB Flash Drive Cufflinks up for pre-order

A brand new pair of R2D2 USB Flash Drive Cufflinks are proving today that just because Star Wars themed technology can be cute, it doesn't mean it's going to be cheap. Silver plated with enamel, 2GB of storage on each cufflink, and made with an engravable whale back closure, these links will set you back $200 USD a pair. Should you just happen to be in the market for a pair of these lovely little droids, you'll be getting free shipping as a bonus.

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Avengers flash drives surface to battle evil

Avengers flash drives surface to battle evil

A company called Infothink has made like Director Fury and has assembled the Avengers in flash drive form. The company is offering five different flash drives for several of the major characters in the new Avengers flick. There flash is available for Ironman, Captain America, Thor, and The Hulk. There's also a silver Ironman mask that appears to be for War Machine.

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Intercontinental H-57 missile flash drive carries data payloads

Intercontinental H-57 missile flash drive carries data payloads

Flash drives are a dime a dozen today and the things are more commodity than anything. All flash drives are basically the same with the only difference being the capacity, software included, and the style of the drive. There are lots of geeks out there that will pay a premium to get a flash drive that has odd style to it. There is no shortage of novelty flash drives and the latest novelty drive is the H-57 missile drive.

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Steampunk flash drive has real hardware security

Steampunk flash drive has real hardware security

I have always said that I really dig steampunk, even if it's not my style. I like to see the way people with vision and DIY skills mash up new tech with old-fashioned style. The steampunk smartphone that I mentioned a while back with a touchscreen on one side and an old school rotary dialing while on the back is a good example. Another cool steampunk project has surfaced that looks really cool.

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FlashHarp is the musical geek’s flash drive

FlashHarp is the musical geek’s flash drive

One thing I tried to play when I was young and couldn’t come anywhere close to making an actual tune with is a harmonica. I always thought that dude from Blues Traveler could play the crap out of a harmonica so it couldn't be that hard, I was very wrong. If you are an aspiring harmonica player that wants to take digital lessons with you on how to play wherever you and your trusty instrument might go the FlashHarp is for you.

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PhotoFast debuts i-FlashDrive for iPhone

PhotoFast debuts i-FlashDrive for iPhone

If you are looking for an easy way to transfer files like video, music, and others from your iPhone or iPad to your computer PhotoFast has unveiled the new i-FlashDrive that will do just that. The i-FlashDrive can also be used to transfer files between supported iOS devices without needing a computer nearby. The device can also be used as a normal PC flash drive with a USB port on one end.

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Kingston debuts its fastest USB 3.0 flash drive yet

Kingston debuts its fastest USB 3.0 flash drive yet

Kingston has a huge number of flash drives that users can choose from for low cost, high capacity, and fast transfer speeds depending on their needs. The company has rolled out a new flash drive that it reports to be its fastest USB 3.0 flash drive yet. The flash drive is backwards compatible with USB 3.0 as all USB 3.0 gear is. The new flash drive is called the DataTraveler Ultimate 3.0 Generation 2 or DTU30G2.

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