The 29 coolest USB sticks for tech pros
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This is definitely the droid you’re looking for. Available via Entertainment Earth. Prices start at $24.99 for 16GB. (All prices listed here were current as of publication.)
'Game Of Thrones Direwolf'
Winter’s coming, and so’s your data, via this 4GB flash drive. Available on Amazon for $4.45.
It’s so stealthy no one will know it’s in your USB port. A range of colors and gigabyte capacities are available via Amazon.com. Prices vary.
It’s always time for sushi. Order a piece at GearBest for $7.09 ( for the 16GB).
Proudly wield it via Cool USB Sticks. Prices start at $13.99 for the 4GB drive.
Steampunk masterpiece USB
Brass, copper, bronze , watch parts, lens glass — this masterpiece is worth the $130 price tag. If this one is sold out, never fear; there’s a whole Etsy store full of these incredible works.
'Formula Grand Prix'
These babies, available from 2GB-32GB, can be revved up for $16-$35 each at Brando Workshop.
One’s a classic toy; the other’s a classic toy that doubles as a a flash drive. Available in 16GB or 32GB. Get it on Amazon.com for $34.99 (16GB) or $29.99 (32GB).
'Ravage Robodog Robot Dog Flash Drive'
In your skilled hands, a robot animal will be transformed into a 8GB flash drive. Get ready to play at Amazon for $4.39 + $4.97 shipping.
Make your move at Brando Workshop. Prices start at $16 for a 2GB-capacity stick.
The Serenity is looking good. When plugged into a USB port, its engine lights even work. Get the 8GB-capacity flash drive at CustomUSB for $39.95.
Use it. Share it. Write on the label, just like in audio-cassette days of yore. Available via Etsy. Prices start at $21.85 for the 4GB.
The 16GB, 3.0 flash drive within this Da Vinci Code-style mechanical lock can only be accessed when the correct five-digit code is dialed in. Get cracking at Amazon.com for $54.99.
Dress up your files–and yourself–with a pair of silver-finished cuff links, each containing a flash drive. Available from UncommonGoods for $100.
It’s a “great-sounding” harmonica. It’s an 8GB USB flash drive. Get this happening hybrid at Etsy for $34.95.
This one’s the bomb, obviously. Available at Amazon.com; prices start at $13.98 for the 8GB flash drive.
Fore! Get it at Amazon.com. Prices start at $8.99 for the 8GB stick.
Isolinear optical chip
From Captain Picard’s Enterprise to your laptop … This 8GB-capacity, Star Trek: The Next Generation-inspired USB drive can be beamed up from ThinkGeek for $19.99.
Periodic table of elements
It’s like a cheat sheet for chemistry class on hardwood maple — and with storage capacity up to 128GB. Get it at Zazzle. Prices start at $18.95 for the USB 2.0, 8GB stick.
This handmade piece houses its flash drive, from 8GB-64GB, in a radio vacuum tube from the Cold War-era Soviet Union. Sold via Amazon.com for $39-$89.
Got an interest in the microbial world? This is the USB stick for you. It’s $24.75 on Etsy.
Santa Cruz skateboards
The rubberized wheels are ready to roll. Get the 16GB-capacity set of three for $30 via Amazon.com.
Fire one up via Amazon; prices start at $9.99 for the 8GB model.
Super Nintendo controller
You can imagine yourself playing The Legend of Zelda with this vintage gaming controller that’s been converted into a flash drive. Sold via Etsy; prices start at $30 for a 4GB edition.
Swiss Army knife
Be prepared with this 11-function, 64GB USB-stick-equipped Swiss Army knife. Sold via Bed, Bath & Beyond for $64.99.
It’s surprisingly roomy inside, with a storage capacity of 8GB. Make it your companion at Toynk for $36.99.
Think of it as 8GB of flash-drive fashion for your wrist. Start looking good at Etsy. Extra-small to large sizes available for $35.10 each.
tPop open 8GB of storage capacity via Amazon.com for $10.88.
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