Identify This No. 140 by netkonnexion

Identify This No. 140

This extraordinary object is actually something quite simple. Can you spot what it is for?

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Previously, in ID This No. 138...
Yes, of course you all knew this was an external hard drive. A Western Digital "My Passport" to be precise. This is the 500Gb size. However, I also have the 1Gb size. This is an excellent shirt-pocket sized drive. It is reliable and has a large capacity.

Honorable mentions...
Doug O. - Disk drive - external Net says:-->> Yup! You got it!!! Yeeha!

Brad Johnson - Touchless electric razor. Net says:-->> Love it. LOL> A Doohicky award!

Paula Cook-Farkas - It's one of those outdated thingies to store things they have clouds! Net says:-->> OK its true. I don't go for that cloud thing. Storage is too precious. Aside from being expensive, I can never get things to stay up in the clouds. They always fall out. Then when they hit the ground it is at such a high velocity they break. Nope! It will always be the trusty "Under-The-Matress" method for me. LOL... Cool idea.

Paula Brumbe - @aj1268 ah, but even clouds can have rain, so I love the outdated memory thingies that plug into my magic machine and store all the data of 0 and 1s from my photos. Net says:-->> I am with you there. I keep my zeros in a jar and the 1's in the safe! LOL> Nice one.

Sue Wilde - It's one of those cute little magic boxes that backs up my photos just before the inevitable faillure of my computer. Net says:-->> Yes! But you should always store things three times. The dynamic working files. The first backup (daily) the second off-site backup (periodic). Then you should be safe...

Alison Bailey - It's definitely something to do with computers, I worked that out all by myself. That's as good as it gets, though - and if it's to do with technology, that's very good - coming from me. :-D Net says:-->> OK Missuss, you get the "Clueless with capacitors" award of the day! Yeaha!

Thanks for poping by. Hope to see ya soon!

My other albums today:
tea bag press
October 3rd, 2011  
fruit press
October 3rd, 2011  
October 3rd, 2011  
a juicer!
October 3rd, 2011  
Great shot. I love shiny pictures, as I call them.
October 3rd, 2011  
This is a 'right handed chromed, domed selfie reflectometer.' It has multiple other uses, among them; nut cracker, clamp, stamping mold, press and juicer.
October 3rd, 2011  
October 3rd, 2011  
To be specific: Small orange juicer for domestic use. made by L.Tellier, Model: TEL-N4104
October 3rd, 2011  
Juicer. The expensive kind.
October 3rd, 2011  
omg it is a reflective thinga ma jig that shows your hand, camera and finger. Nice to get a peek at you finally. Oh, it is a tool that allows you to take fancy fruits (limes, orange, lemons and such) put them in and then squeeze them to make juice for your cocktails
October 3rd, 2011  
It's a lovely convex mirror for taking Net selfies. Or a juicer.
October 3rd, 2011  
mechanical apple corer.
October 3rd, 2011  
Lemon/lime squeezer? Nice shot, whatever it is--we can see your hand.
October 3rd, 2011  
October 3rd, 2011  
I believe it's an ACME road pulverizer, which coyote uses to ensnare roadrunner...but it usually backfires and pulverizes his hand or whatnot...he'd be better off making orange juice.
October 4th, 2011  
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