Hey, Ravage the Decepticon is in your USB port! Memory stick is more than meets the eye

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But does Ravage plug into a Soundwave boombox?

Sometimes a bit of personal technology comes along that changes everything. Today, friends, is one of those times.

mouse2.jpgA company called bigbadtoystore.com, which has about any comic book/sci-fi/action figure-type toy and accessory you can imagine has gone one step further, offering a transforming USB drive in the form of Ravage and a transforming mouse in the form of Dinobot Grimlock.

What, you say? Not enough USB ports on your desktop to handle all the coolness? Good thing there's a 4-port USB hub in the form of a talking Optimus Prime head that can handle some docking duties.

prime.jpgTransform and roll out data!

The catch? Sadly, it looks like these life-altering bits of nerd gold won't be available til fall and will set you back starting at $50 for the memory stick.

And please, no sharing with the kiddies. This is grownup stuff, people ...

Safety Warning: This Product is for Adult Collectors. It may contain sharp points, small parts that are choking hazards, and other elements that are not suitable for children under 16 years of age.

Of course, if you're more about the new school Transformers, there's always this Bumblbee-inspired Camaro wireless mouse.

Roll out (your credit cards).

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