Squid-shaped USB drive

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10 Responses to “Squid-shaped USB drive”

  1. anybody have one of these? is it easy to swap the hardware with a reasonable amount of memory?

  2. Wingnut says:

    35 bucks? A plain 5 gig USB drive is about $5. 
    Greedy capitalists!Octopi Boingboing!

    Ha!

  3. Daemonworks says:

    In true maker spirit, you could just hit the local toy store, buy a cheap plastic squid and make one yourself for much less.

    • penguinchris says:

      This is in fact a squid from a toy store – I have the exact same one – with part of it sawed off.

      It was fairly expensive, something like $15 (if not more), which contributes to the high price of this.

      edit: I looked at the other photos on their site, and realized it’s not the same one (mine’s better) and theirs probably didn’t cost more than a dollar or two.

  4. Ladyfingers says:

    In my experience, you buy any but the most trusted brands in thumb drives and you get burned. 

  5. thespotlightkid says:

    A squid downloading data is fast and bulbous, got it?

  6. Paul Renault says:

    It’ll  be perfect for storing all of Bruce Schneier’s books!

  7. Sherm says:

    A flash drive that will be annoying to put in my pocket, perfect!

  8. Ipo says:

    It would make some people horny.  

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