With services like iCloud and Dropbox available to iOS users, getting files on and off your iPhone or iPad has never been easier, but if you're not a cloud storage convert or don't have an internet connection it's still a pain. Sanho's HyperDrive iFlashDrive is the first Apple-friendly thumb drive we've seen, with a USB connector on one side and a 30-pin connector on the other; it connects to your iOS device through a free companion app, and you can open its contents inside the app or others on your device. At $99.95 for 8GB, $149.95 for 16GB, and $199.95 for 32GB, it's an awfully expensive way to circumvent iTunes, and has a niche use case — getting a file onto or off your device without an internet connection or computer available — but when you're in a bind or dealing with super-sensitive data, it could be a handy tool.