Sushi USB drives
Novelty USB drives come in just about every shape and size these days. Manufacturers have already paid homage to Hello Kitty, plush animals, snowmen, rubber duckies, and even syringes (for the computer-inclined heroin addict, I suppose), but nothing has won me over like the SushiDisk. Maybe it’s my Japanese heritage or childish attraction to playfood, but there’s just something tempting about these paltry-capacity (256MB), overpriced (about $100) flash drives. They’ve been around for several years, but I think they’re cute enough to warrant a mini resurgence. (Besides, pocketables has only been around for a few months. So old news is still brand new to the site!)
SushiDisk is available in Japan, of course, and through import shops such as Dynamism.