In a software-driven world, it's easy to forget about the nuts and bolts. Whether it's cars, robots, personal gadgetry or industrial machines, Candace Lombardi examines the moving parts that keep our world rotating. A journalist who divides her time between the United States and the United Kingdom, Lombardi has written about technology for the sites of The New York Times, CNET, USA Today, MSN, ZDNet, Silicon.com, and GameSpot. She is a member of the CNET Blog Network and is not a current employee of CNET.
Who thought USB drives would go the way of the matchbook?
Solid Alliance, one of the companies that also brought you the sushi USB, will print whatever you like on this rectangular version of the device, Akihabara News noticed this morning. "Throw your passion to the canvas," says the Solid Alliance site.
Solid Alliance requests that customers send a JPEG or PDF of the image they would like printed and gives dimensions on the available print area as 77mm x 19mm. You can also have a different design for the front and back.
(Photo: Solid Alliance)
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