I swear that USB-powered devices are the next best thing since sliced bread, but sometimes you go overboard and amass way too many of such devices compared to the paltry amount of USB ports currently available on your computer. Short of setting up a veritable mess of daisy chained USB hubs on your computer, it would make much more sense to pick up USB-powered devices that come with extra USB ports on them so that you will never run out of them. One such device is the Ritek Yego USB flash drive that comes in a Y-shape, boasting flash memory inside in addition to a couple of USB 2.0 ports for expansion options.
Capacities range from 128MB (who uses those these days?) to 4GB, and each Yego flash drive measures 69mm x 28.8mm x 13.5mm and weighs 17g. In addition to its USB-hub functionality, the Ritek Yego also features advanced partition and security functions that make it possible for users to create password-protected sectors for the storage of personal or highly confidential material.