I have trust issues with all storage, but flash memory-based storage is particularly unreliable.
TL;DR - Stubby metal drives are a problem.
See also Testing USB storage
A mobile phone NFC device which provides buttons for macros.
A PlayStation 2 controller macro device.
This is a middleman between a standard PlayStation 2 controller and the console. It can also be chained through to a USB adapter or other such device, to ultimately let an original PS2 controller work with a computer.
Unfortunately, this has an limited number of button presses that it can do! I think it's 9 or 10.
A screwdriver handle which comes with 10 standard bits.
This is a stubby ratcheting handle with a flexible removable shaft.
dx.com lists this as 10-in-1 Handy Precise Screwdrivers Set Toolkit
A screwdriver with a reversible "star" and "slot" shaft.
Straightforward. The shaft is difficult to come out, making this sturdy and trustworthy.
Labelled Wri Tus
- NO 9907
- 05mm +-
dx.com lists this as WTS-9907 Cross Head + Slotted 2-Way Screwdriver - Green + Black + Silver (6 x 100mm)
A simple adapter to get SD cards working in a CF (CompactFlash) reader.
Does the job!
dx.com lists this as EP-025 SD SDHC SDXC to Extreme Compact Flash CF Type II Adapter
This is a fantastic item.
I got one black and one gold. The black looks great. The gold is okay-looking.
Very solid. Almost metal. Good grip.
The cap stays on tightly.
The MicroSD card goes in the "nose" of the reader, and is easy to insert/remove.
It's easy to pull out of a computer, even though it is fairly small.
ChinaBuye names this New Micro Aluminum Alloy TF to USB mini Adapter Memory Card micro SD mini Card Reader up to 64GB(Color Random)
External eSATA and internal SATA expansion card.
NOTE: This did not do port multiplication under Linux when I tested it back then. Perhaps it does now.
TODO - build a proper page
A multimedia keyboard I've had since at least mid-2011.