The George Foreman USB iGrill not only cooks meat and veggies, it also can connect with your computer. Why would you want any grill to do that? To give you an opportunity to download recipes, cook your meal when you're not home and inform you how long you should cook certain meats and what-not.
We all know the importance of a paper shredder is by now to protect yourself from identity theft and other privacy issues. But how amazing is it to have a 6-inch long USB Mini Paper Shredder that plugs into your computer?
Okay, so there's nothing that outrageous about this USB Yoda with Illuminated Light Saber, but he sure is cute and fun to play with. His lightsaber will actually glow green, his eyes will blink, and those actions are all programmable by your messages, which can be typed directly on your keyboard.
Probably one of the most impractical uses of - well - money, this USB Can-Shaped Cooler and Warmer will do just that. This ultra-mini-fridge will keep your soda cool or your coffee warm, and is powered by your USB.
The USB Dodobongo is more than just cute desk decoration, it's also a security guard. If anyone gets near your computer, where you have this little guy plugged in, he will bark, run or move his head to scare off the intruder.