Hey there. Oh my god I’m alive. I have lots to say, both big and small. Let’s start with the small. Our USB category could use some love. Just the other day, I came across the perfect thing to go in it. We’ve often talked about USB missile launchers. Now, someone has designed a program […]
Just in case someone out there is desperately searching for a last-minute Christmas gift, and office war implements would totally be the perfect gift, there are newer, crazier USB rocket launchers out there. This one, you can control from afar, using your iThing. Can you imagine? You’re not even at your desk, but your desk […]
It’s been a while since we’ve been able to write about any sort of strange USB contraption. But today’s the day, and ladies, this one’s for you. A team of designers from San Francisco has developed a USB stick that doubles as a vibrator. Or maybe it’s a vibrator that doubles as a USB stick. […]
Jack Zylkin has designed what he’s calling aUSB typewriterbecause…because…ahh hell, I’ll let him explain it. The USBTypewriter™ is a new and groundbreaking innovation in the field of obsolescence. Lovers of the look, feel, and quality of old fashioned manual typewriters can now use them as keyboards for any USB-capable computer, such as a PC, Mac, […]
>This is a scary sign of the times. Because we’re sooo busy that we can’t make it out for lunch, Heinz has invented the beanzawave. What is it? A tiny microwave oven that you can hook up to a USB port on a laptop that uses radio frequencies to cook your food…so you never have […]
>Is it really a good idea to stick your wang into something connected to your computer via USB? But that’s exactly what the creators of RealTouch want people to do. A guy is supposed to hook it to a computer, and then put “a body part of a man’s choosing” into the other end, log […]
>Here’s one more quick post before I pack as fast as I can so I can get some sleep. Want to play a cool halloween trick? Just buy one of these, stick it in your computer, and watch your friends gasp. They’ll never want a thumb drive again.
We’ve written about a lot of ridiculous gadgets here over the years, but I’m not sure if I’ve seen anything with quite as much disaster causing potential as this5.25 Inch Bay Toaster.I think thecented oil burnermight come close, but there seems to be more room for property loss here.
>The combination USB card reader and compact mirror,another one of those things I’m not sure how the world has done with out for so long.
>Um…uh…ur…USB wedding rings?Yeah…sure…ok then.