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1:00 PM on 11.09.2013

Sega Genesis accessories for your mobile devices

No matter which side of the great SNES/Genesis war of the ’90s you were on, it is hard to not admit that these accessories from Tommo look pretty darn snazzy. What particularly stands out is how they look identical to t...

Eric Koziol


5:30 PM on 01.29.2010

80-port USB hub? Hell yes! No, wait...

Leave it to the folks at Japanese random crap maker Thanko to make this ridiculous computing accessory. This is an 80-port USB hub. It's just a bunch of USB sockets on a circuit board, so it's not really a hub. Think of it as...

Dale North

11:00 AM on 11.25.2009

Moe Yoda, I have become

*please read aloud this blog in Yoda voice*Mmm, yes. Yes. Truly moe, this version of myself is. Taken all of my serious out, Japan has. Moe is the path to the darkside. USB Force, you will be connecting me by, and cheeks will...

Dale North

4:30 PM on 11.01.2009

Beat Old Man Winter with these USB Bust Beauty oppai warmers

Japanese OLs who find themselves in the employ of frugal bosses must have it rough. Winter comes around, bossman refuses to sufficiently crank up the thermostat in the office, and next thing you know, you're sitting at your d...

Topher Cantler

11:00 AM on 06.10.2009

Never enough USB: Smoke 'em if you got 'em!

We've already USB'd cat paws, so why not cigarettes? Hell, just to make 'em even more realistic, have them emit steam to look like smoke! If you're trying to be the cool kid without having your lungs rot away, then these are ...

Brad Rice

7:30 PM on 05.14.2009

Because everything else has been USB'd: USB cat paw

Sushi. Humping dogs. Godzilla. All forms of removable memory for your computer, compliments of Japan and their wild imaginations. Now, here's one that combines that imagination with Japan's love of cats -- cat paws, in partic...

Dale North