Someone should inform the fine individuals over at Brando that fashioning a USB drive in the likeness of a padlock doesn't actually make its contents secure.
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This classic chicken sandwich USB hub would have served us just fine a month ago, but the world has changed since then thanks to a couple of pieces of chicken that were sick and tired of business as usual.
It was 3.59am Hong Kong, and Brando's offices reeked of Vodka and sweat. The design intern cowered from the men that encircled him. "Reach into the parts bag," one of them hissed, "and make us something we'll like."
If viruses evolved as quickly as USB hard drive docks, mankind would be but a rotted pile of bones littered with the occasional green bottle of NyQuil.
If you can't wait 'til later this year, and you want to give your Wii-playing thumbs a rest with an analogue stick, slide the $US7 Magic Stick cover on your Wiimote. It ain't pretty but it'll do the trick.
Joining its brethren the compass, tape measure and calculator-ruler watch is this torch watch. Is it an official Stanley gadget? I dunno. But I still find it inspired: all watches should have built-in LED torches.
Brando, master of USB stocking stuffers (both literally and figuratively, probably) introduces another one that's a little useful and a lot dorky: The USB wristband gadget charger. It is, I guarantee you, exactly what you think it is.