By now, everybody and their brother, cousin, dog, chinchilla, aunt, and grandmother have a mini-USB cable lying around their house. Whether it's for charging some sort of non-iPhone or electronic accessory, or simply to transfer images from your camera, the point is that they're readily available. That's why it makes so much sense for INOVA to use the mini-USB port for recharging of their new T3R USB Rechargeable LED Flashlight ($119.99.) We've seen USB flashlights before, usually in the novelty section of SkyMall—but this flashlight is completely different with its 234 lumen LED which can produce a flood and spot beam effective to 500 feet. The T3R will produce light on its highest setting for 2 hours, 45 minutes, with its lowest setting allowing for 40 hours of constant use—all from a 3 hour charge which can be "topped up" wherever you find a mini-USB port with no damage to the battery. Remember that USB's flexibility means you can charge from anywhere, a computer, AC, DC, or even solar.