Teddy Bear USB drive is a headless horror

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19 Responses to “Teddy Bear USB drive is a headless horror”

  1. dr.psilo says:

    It would be better if it squirmed a little as you did read/writes.

  2. danegeld says:

    The ASUS eeePC is actually made by decapitating these lovely creatures.

  3. Richard Kirk says:

    Is this the deluxe version version where the limbs spasm and twitch when transferring data, and go limp when the drive is unmounted?

  4. Frank_in_Virginia says:

    @2 Oh I hope so.
    Nightmares are made of this.

  5. Takuan says:

    that should be doable, perhaps a hack on the USB humping dog?

  6. Anonymous says:

    Taken to its logical conclusion, there should be a usb drive with the legs of the Wicked Witch of the East.

  7. Perla says:

    OOOOOH, I want this, does it shriek when its head is ripped off???

  8. nigelstwin says:

    Nigh twenty dollars for a mere gigabyte?! I mean, c’mon!

  9. Pendrift says:

    Love the idea, but a tad overpriced for 1 GB. (OK, we’re paying for the “cool gory” factor, but still.)
    I’d pick up a small plush toy, decapitate it, and make a similar set-up, it shouldn’t be too hard to do this at home.

  10. kaiza says:

    #6 Pendrift – keep the stuffing stuck out around the edges for that authentic destructive-three-year-old look!

  11. RJ says:

    @16
    Hm! You might be onto something there! Someone else has already made one that would only hump during data transfers. All that would be required is some minor work to incorporate the dog’s internals into a teddy toy. Same principle, anyway.

    I don’t have the free time to do it right now, but I’ll have to make a note of it for later. That might be a really fun project.

  12. danegeld says:

    + I always wanted a hacked Furby that does the spinning head scene out of the exorcist. any takers?

  13. MattF says:

    Mmm… nightmare time. The little red bow is a good touch.

  14. paddysat says:

    Now see, I have always hated the little USB drive mods. Now this, however, I like!

    And yes, make it squirm and shriek too, please!

  15. Halloween Jack says:

    It’s our decade’s version of the car accessory that makes it look like you crushed Garfield in the trunk.

  16. soupisgoodfood says:

    That’s the coolest USB device I’ve seen all year. Absolutely brilliant. I might try a DIY version.

  17. RJ says:

    @2
    I can’t even begin to say how awesome that would be. With a little creative engineering, it could probably be built relatively cheaply, too.

  18. mdhatter says:

    I wanted this to be a slot-loading drive recall story.

  19. Anonymous says:

    They should make one that’s a gerbil…

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