One of the current blink(1) prototypes
The blink(1) can be used to monitor network speed in shared-access settings
The blink(1) is the size and shape of a regular USB Flash drive, and contains a full-color RGB LED bulb within its polypropylene body
Via an on-screen interface, users can control the color, brightness, and blink pattern of the blink(1)
The blink(1) is a programmable LED indicator light, that plugs into a computer's USB port
Our computers are already pretty good at alerting us to things that happen on the internet or on their own hard drives, mainly through the use of pop-ups. We all know what can often happen, however ... we get rid of those pesky notifications in order to finish up what we’re currently doing, and then forget about them until we’re logging off. A physical flashing light attached to the computer, however, would be harder to forget yet also less obtrusive than a pop-up. That’s the idea behind the blink(1) USB indicator light.
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