Yes! It's the USB retro-style vacuum cleaner
If you usually eat lunch at your desk, you’ll probably have crumbs everywhere. So, if the missus/cleaner doesn’t quite live up to the job, then get de-crumbing yourself with a USB vacuum cleaner.
USB vacuum: get cleaning
The tiny desktop unit - it measure 200 x 60 x 95mm - looks like one of those retro Hoover vacuums, rather than a swanky, 21st Century Dyson floor-sucker, and is powered through a USB port.
Online retailer Drinkstuff says the vacuum does actually suck up the dust and crumbs - so presumably you should have to empty it every now and again too. There's no word on whether it's a bagless model or requires an endless supply of paper dust receptacles.
The USB Desk Vac is available now for a mere £8 (€12/$16) from Drinkstuff's website.
@USB Plasma balls dude
"Going round the section of "usb carp" in PC Wrold i seem to buy something every time. My mates keep muttering something about "more money than cents" but i dont understand it..."
USB Carp - Genius. You could sit near your PC, fishing all day and everyone would think you were working.
Unless it turned out to be a "Billy Bass" Fiasco.
... now I wonder what would happen if you tipped the laptop so the screen was on the table - could you then use this to tidy up your desktop or any app that's become a bit old and dusty or does the junk picked up by the little beast get dumped via USB directly to the recycle bin?
usb plasma balls? yeah, got one.
usb plasma ball is one of the best thing i ever bought..
But then i've got the Development Team, the Analyst team and the Testing team one each of the USB Missile launchers.. Makes walking round the office dangerous when someone finds a bug....
Going round the section of "usb carp" in PC Wrold i seem to buy something every time. My mates keep muttering something about "more money than cents" but i dont understand it...