Hands-on: Hacked USB Flash Drive

When it comes to computers and gadgets I am a real fan and not only for being around them as part of my job for over 8 years but also for the love of technology.

This is the Hacked USB Flash Drive from IWOOT and there are so many reasons to love this gadget, while its hard drive space is just 2GB this was near impossible a few years ago for a gadget of this size. We were looking at MB not GB in this size.


Ideal as a gift for any gadget lover or someone that needs storage for files, photos or music and want something unique and different. As you can see in the photos, the cable is broken and that’s just how it’s meant to be.

If you know someone with a similar USB cable then you could replace it with the Hacked USB Flash Drive and play a little joke, although our favorite use is for quick storage and to get visitors speaking. In the last week the amount of friends and family that have said about the broken wired USB drive has amazed us.


They have said “did you know your USB cable is broken”, “what’s that” and if you tell them it’s a USB drive they have to pick it up in amazement. This is the perfect gadget for those that love to have what most others don’t.


As for functionality, the Hacked USB Flash Drive does just what it should and that’s act as a storage device and look odd. It’s a thumbs up from us, but maybe not for those that love everything so tidy.


Main Features Include:

  • Size: 11 x 2cm
  • Suitable for ages 14 years+
  • No software required
  • Compatible with PC or MAC
  • Requires a USB port
  • 2GB USB flash storage


You can buy the Hacked USB Flash Drive on IWOOT for £29.99.

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Written by Daniel Chubb

Daniel is the CEO of Dansway Communications LTD and founder of; a top blog dedicated to breaking tech news, hands-on reviews and delivers real solutions to everyday consumer electronics hang-ups.

Daniel now spends his time keeping an eye on the latest technology and business trends. Also developing other blogs/news sites in the entertainment and business industries.

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