updated 11:20 am EDT, Thu August 3, 2006
Imation Sudoku drive
Since flash drives are virtually ubiquitous these days, manufacturers often have to cater to specific desires to escape obscurity. One of those desires is to play a favorite game away from home. Many of us have faced a situation in the past where we were at a campus terminal, a friend's house, or at work and wanted a quick game to get us through an idle phase. Imation clearly thought of this when it designed a newly released version of its Clip Flash Drive, which includes a copy of the still-popular Sudoku that can be run straight from the unit. It's also primed for students heading back to school with a carabiner to clip to their backpacks and a modest price of $35 for 512 MB. You can already find it in the US at your local Target store.