Brazilian designer Marcos Breder came up with these domino-inspired flash drives. Two drives lock together to form a domino, and each individual drive lights up with dots to indicate how many gigs of space are filled. Pretty clever idea, but it would be pretty annoying trying to get the right amount of data on each drive just to have a functional set of dominoes. Which is the point of these right?
Domino drive shows how much space is left [dvice]
Young Geekologie Reader Izzy Slypig went and made himself a 1GB gluestick flashdrive. It rotates up and out of the container as you twist the bottom. That is all. But, if you've ever wanted to steal computer files from preschool, now's your chance.
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Mirror Tic Tac Toe was made by Peleg Design (not to be confused with Pegleg Design). And since it's mirrored you only use half the X's and O's (which we will now refer to as V's and rainbows)! Pretty clever. Too bad adults don't play Tic Tac Toe and children would just eat o... / Continue →
The Chocolate Portable Hard Drive was designed by Sang-Hoon Lee and was created to resemble a chocolate bar. This one just happens to be a white-chocolate bar that looks more like a keyboard-bar, but who cares, it doesn't even exist in the real world. Each piece of the unit i... / Continue →