For a mere $19, you’ll be able to connect up to 4 USB devices to a USB hub fashioned after a delicious-looking crispy chicken sandwich. This 4-port USB 2.0 hub is made of Polyresin, is plug-and-play, supports hot-swapping, 480 Mbps, works on Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2000, Mac OS and is approximately 88 x 63mm.
Still in the prototype stages, Heinz has created a USB powered microwave that stands 7.4 inches tall, 6.2 inches wide and 5.9 inches deep. Though not available to the public just yet, experts say the technology for the creation of this microwave is feasible. While the system’s size is its appeal, the mini microwave utilizes a key breakthrough in the “use of combination of mobile phone radio frequencies to create the heat to cook both on the outside and within in under a minute.” The reasoning behind the name most likely comes from Heinz’ creation of this mini-microwave in conjunction with its Heinz Snap Pots products. (Thx DailyMail)
Imagine walking into a bakery, you tell the cake designers that you have an image on your USB flash drive that you would like recreated for a friends birthday cake. Take it a step further, to insure accuracy, you leave your USB flash drive with the cake artists to allow them maximum content and make sure your cake comes out just how you want it. Now imagine this…when you come back to pick up your cake, you get a picture-perfect replica of the Lexar flash drive in black and gray icing instead. I’m sure it still tastes fine though! (Thx Switched)