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Interesting USB Products from Japan

We've all seen some interesting uses for USB ports. Fans to keep you cool, little heaters to keep your coffee warm and so on.

Here are a few unique USB items we found at a Japanese website.

For those of you who are interested, here's what Wikipedia has to say about USB power:

The USB specification provides a 5 V supply on a single wire from which connected USB devices may draw power. The specification provides for no more than 5.25 V and no less than 4.75 V (5 V5%) between the positive and negative bus power lines.

A unit load is defined as 100mA in USB 2.0, and was raised to 150mA in USB 3.0. A maximum of 5 unit loads can be drawn from a port in USB 2.0, and was raised to 6 in USB 3.0.

There are two types of devices: low-power and high-power. Low-power devices draw at most 1 unit load, with minimum operating voltage of 4.4V in USB 2.0, and 4V in USB 3.0.

High-power devices draw the maximum number of unit loads supported by the standard. All devices default as low-power but the device's software may request high-power as long as the power is available on the providing bus.


USB tie

If you're going to wear a clip-on tie, may as well hook it up to USB



USB Slippers

Cold Feet? Warm them via USB



USB Mask

Scared of Bird Flu? Power up your mask via USB



USB combo lock

A combo lock for your USB drive - so the big kids can't steal it



USB gloves

Use a USB hub if you need the mask, gloves and slippers all at once



USB eye shade

Why just sleep when you can doze with a USB eye shade?





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