A new concept of a ‘tear and share’ flash drive has been developed that works just like a tear off note advertisement often found on cork message boards. The paper encased USB flash drive fit anywhere you can put a credit card and are made to tear off and giveaway.
Toshiba, in collaboration with Sanrio, plans to release special edition USB flash drives and SD cards that feature Hello Kitty.
Geanee Japan develops their version of an Android-on-a-stick device, the ADH-42. Aside from the slightly upgraded specs, it uses the Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) OS, and has an available market alternative to Google Play.
Sony unveils the WG-C10, a wireless server that can be used to access external storage devices. With it, you can wirelessly connect to a USB Flash drive, SD card, USB external HDD, etc. using a smartphone, tablet, or PC.
Thanko introduces the USB Flexible Endoscopic Light Scope DX2 USB microscope. The main feature of the unit is a flexible camera, an optical tool that would have been typically used only on medical check up procedures or on certain special observation/optical tasks.
Lexar plans on rolling out their new high-performance data card sets as early as February 2013. Among these, is a microSD card that has a 90MB/sec maximum data transfer speed.
Kingston Technology Corporation presents the world's first true "high-end" pocket flash storage drive, the Data Traveler HyperX Predator, which has a very spacious capacity of 1TB.
Evergreen's new ergonomic laser mouse, the DN-45545, is specially designed like a thick joystick to take away the stress from a PC user's wrist.
A company called SmartMetric Inc. has created a new type of device that stores your medical record data in a small keying. This storage device is unique in that it will give caregivers access immediately and that it is stored locally and not in some central database.
The Fender guitar company, which is famous for their high-end, solid-body styled electric guitars has recently introduced a revolutionary USB enabled guitar called the Squier Stratocaster. The newly designed USB enabled instrument will offer the ability for the user to record and share tracks without any need of additional hookups.
Apple is finally bringing the Lightning to Micro USB adapter, which has only been available in Europe, to the United States. It can now be purchased on Apple's website.
Evergreen can protect you files from being accessed without your permission with their new Password Lock USB memory storage sticks.
KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo predicted today, hours before Apple's big event in CA, that the iPod touch will be receiving it's "biggest upgrade ever" along with the release of the iPhone 5, with a new GPS feature, 4-inch screen, and other upgrades.
LaCie introduced the RuggedKey, a USB 3.0 "designed for life's adventures," as it puts it. The drive is characterized with its metal main body, which slides into a rubberized cylindrical cap, which protects it from 100 meter drops, and boasts of IP-54 certification to back its claims.
Apacer introduced its newest line of USB 3.0 flash drives built in the slider form-factor, the AH354. The drives offer mainstream performance, and a "U-ring" structure on one end of the sliding arm, which lets you accessorise it.
Kingston Digital launched its newest line of secure USB flash drives, under the DataTraveler Locker+ G2 series. The drives use USB 2.0 HiSpeed interface, and provide some very mainstream transfer speeds, but provides native data encryption, and a cross-platform user authentication system.
Buffalo Technology's Japanese arm released a new 2 TB variant of its MiniStation HDPNTU3 series portable hard drives. A selling point of these drives is greater shock-tolerance. You can afford to be just a little clumsy around these drives.
Apple is working on a 15-inch MacBook Pro with a Retina display and USB 3.0, according to a report by 9to5Mac.
We've already seen HighPoint's peculiar USB 3.0 RocketU cards with performance claims of 20Gbps and now the company has followed up with the RocketStor that might actually be able to take advantage of some of that claimed performance. The RocketStor is a simple USB 3.0 hard drive dock, but with a pair of USB 3.0
USB 3.0 hubs are apparently still being developed and VIA Labs announced a few days ago that it’s ready to unleash its third generation USB 3.0 hub controller. The big news this time around is a more power efficient design that allows for more bus powered devices to be used simultaneously.