Ok – time to bring this blog back from its slumber! And what would be more suitable to liven up the energy than vegetable flash drives? Yep, even though we already covered quite a bunch of produce, let’s chew on some more juicy USB sticks. Like grandma would say, one can never have enough greens, right?
Let’s start our USB salad with some carrot flash drive.
You can dangle it from your keychain or plant it into your USB port – rewarding your computer with lots of data-carotenes and vitamin GBs!
But enough of this agent orange. Next we’ll go more green.
While we’re on pickles, the next one doesn’t hold any data at all – but it sure shines a light on it!
Actually they can get quite warm, especially when they’re full and digesting 16GB of storage. I wonder: Would MISTER Bean use a bean flash drive?
Anyhow, next we could do with some mushroom.
Ok, ok, this may not be the edible type – but surely your computer could need a high? At least once in a while? Or maybe just good luck? Ingeniously, the cap is right under the cap and with 32GB, this mushroom flash drive adds some valuable protein to our salad.
However, if that’s not enough for you protein lovers out there we can also add some egg.
While it may have its funny side up we should be careful not to fry it. With standard USB speed and storage, there’s no mystery to the computer egg – unless you choose to add some encryption software.
While we’re talking egg flash drive, how about we also take eggplant?
This one also comes as a hub which could bring some order to our data salad.
Of course we could also make other types of salad. Can you say peas?
Or potato flash drive?
Actually these are Mr. and Mrs. Potato from Toy Story. They would probably protest to be mashed into a salad.
How about pumpkin?
Of course a pumpkin flash drive also makes for a great Halloween gadget.
And last but not least, peanuts!
Im not sure if there is such a thing as a peanut salad but I’m sure we can work something out with its butter. Either way, you better ensure that your computer isn’t allergic to these peanut flash drives as they can grow to a size of 16GB.
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