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USB Humping Bunnies

19, Oct 2008

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The USB Humping Bunnies are not much different than the USB Humping Dogs at least when we are talking about their purpose, which is just the same – to entertain you and your friends for a while. When you plug one of these USB Humping Bunnies in your laptop it will start humping it and that is what is fun about them, at least for a while, plus the bunnies look cuter than the dogs, although that depends on your personal preferences. The USB Humping Bunnies have one advantage over the dog version, because they come with 1GB built-in flash memory, which makes them somewhat useful and not just some weird and fun gadget.


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This USB Humping Bunnies are blind-boxed, which means you’ll be totally surprised by what you get. Blind-boxed items come sealed from the manufacturer, without any clue on the color or type of bunny until you open the box, so you’ll be surprised when you open the box. Anyway there are only two types of USB Humping Bunnies so far – a black and a white one and both of them look cool enough.

The price of the USB Humping Bunnies with 1GB flash memory is $15.

To get yourself some of these USB Humping Bunnies…

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The South Korean manufacturer Mtron, a relatively new company, announced three new solid state drive products featuring MSD, MSD PRO and MSD XTM, that are fully optimized for consumer purposes, server applications and industrial purposes. The product lines feature 2.5/3.5 inch SATA SSD drives with capacities of 16GB, 32GB and 64GB. Mtron will also introduce 1.8 inch form factor and 128GB capacity in the 4th quarter of the year in order to provide more efficient battery life and higher stability for notebook computers.

The company claims its drives can reach a read speed of 120MB/s and write speed of 90MB/s, along with 0.1 ms random access time. This means they are three to four times faster than existing magnetic hard drives and 30 to 40 percent faster than other SSD drives produced by companies like Samsung and San Disk.

The 16GB, 32GB and 64GB SSD drives will be available in later this month, but no pricing is available yet.

More information about the MSD, MSD PRO and MSD XTM SSDs by Mtron…


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