Whether you’re sitting at your personal computer at home or slaving away at your work desk all day, we could all use having some “kawaii” tech around that can’t help but make us smile. We’ve put together a list of ten adorable tech peripherals that will bring a little more “cute” into your life.
Elecom Cube AC Power Adapter ($30) – Super kawaii USB AC Power Adapter cube for your iPhone or iPod. It’s also available in plain pink, white, black, but who could pass that cute face up
Mimobot USB Flash Drives ($25-$80) – These Mimibot designed flash drives come in various cute and colorful styles, including popular Sanrio characters like Hello Kitty. They come in 2GB, 4GB, 8GB, and 16GB versions.
Nano:ztag ($10) – The Nano:ztag contains an RFID chip and when used in conjunction with the Nabaztag: tag or Nabaztag Mirror, it can perform different actions such as putting on a playlist or going to a favorite website.
Relax Bear USB Mouse ($22) – The Relax Bear mouse helps you relax by just looking at its adorable face. The loveliest part of all is that its ears are the left/right click.
Owl USB Flash Drive ($29) – This cute little owl is a 4GB USB drive housed in a removable water-resistant silicone jacket.
Hello Kitty USB Mouse & Mousepad Set ($55) – Classic optical Hello Kitty mouse and Mouse pad set, the left/right click and scroll wheel are positioned on Hello Kitty’s bow, which lights up when activated.
Carrot Flash Drive ($16/$19/$31) – You can use this little carrot flash drive to hold digital pictures of other cute things. Put it beside your Nano:ztag and experience cuteness overload daily at your desk. Comes in 2GB, 4GB and 8GB.
Para-Chan USB Mouse ($70) – Cute white mouse that, strangely enough, is the mascot for Toshiba.
USB Robo Owl ($20) – This USB powered Robo Owl from ThinkGeek sits on top of your monitor. Movements include turning its head from side-to-side and blinking.
Heart USB Mouse ($55) – What says ‘I love you’ more than this talking heart mouse? Also available in blue, pink and yellow.
By Vivian Kim.
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