Another common theme for unconventional flash drives is animals. Since it’s so widespread I figure we divide them up in several parts. Oops, apologies to any vegetarians if this sounded wrong…
So here’s part 1 on animal flash drives. Welcome to the farm!
Of course we start with the pig flash drive. It is raised in several breeds, ranging from purple to pink. The fattest pig wallows in 64GB – and not just FAT32. Others can gobble with a speed of 12MB/s. If you want it to be squeaky clean again, just delete the files.
And after your pig leaves the sty, it may turn into this. Oink!
Next we have the cow flash drive.
With the grass greener on the other side of the port, it can ruminate up to 16GB. And it can be milked with 10MB/s. Mooooo!
As for chicken, first we have the rooster flash drive.
Crowing up to 16GB with 10MB/s, this stick comes home to boost. Cock-a-doodle-do!
Then we have its foot:
And instead of roosting, you could also be roasting.
We also have the chicklet flash drive:
And before they were chicken they were…
Or was it the other way around?
Anyway, let’s visit the sheep.
Up to 8GB can flock to this sheep flash drive. And probably due to its wool it’s even waterproof. Baaa!
And what do we have here?
This donkey flash drive can kick around 32GB and may stubbornly hold onto it for 10 years. I guess that’s why they call it donkey’s years. Hee-Haw!
Last but not least there’s animal that is not actually raised on the farm – but it sure likes to hang out there a lot!
This owl flash drive watches over up to 32GB. It even has a write protect switch and can be used night AND day. Hoo-hoo!
…on eBay right now:
Other animal flash drives: