I can’t believe someone makes… More (food-based) USB nonsense

What is the connection between Universal Serial Bus-based devices and… food and drink?

usb-bento.jpgWhat is the connection between Universal Serial Bus-based devices and… food and drink?

I don’t know, but it is easy to bite off more than you can chew with this one, as there’s a feast of choice … [Enough. We get the theme – Ed.]

How about beginning with a bento box, as Sushi lovers so often do?… Though not usually in small, plastic form, for storing files (available from USBGeek for 17 online dollars).

soda-can-2.jpgOr a USB Soda Can Humidifier? If its humidity you want, rather than storage, this will do the trick, using small absorbent sticks to provide the moisture, reports craziestgadgets.com (£15 plus shipping).

And there’s always a Fake Edible Panda Japanese Dorayaki Pancake USB Flash Drive, for those that like their storage in the form of sweet pancakes. (There’s a definite Japanese sub-theme emerging here.)

usb-panda-pancake.jpg

Not forgetting baked beans. Never far away when it comes to USB. Specifically, the Heinz USB powered microwave – the Beanzawave. Check out the video below of the device in action (reportedly to cost around $160) ..

cereal-usb.jpgOr – finally, but getting increasingly off-the-wall – how about, a cereal and spoon USB flash drive, to get you in a breakfast mood, err, when backing up files (note that this one is homemade).

Amazing. Pointless, but amazing.

Comments

2 comments

  1. It’s all tongue in cheek, Nonny. The real wonder is why people would buy them, beause that’s why people make them.
    AW

  2. Why is it so hard to believe that someone makes some of these products, they are from Japan.

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