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12. 08. 2008

CurrenKey : LaCie debuts coin-shaped USB flash drives


Here comes a currency just for geek trading - CurrenKey USB flash drives from LaCie. A pretty chic design that is the brainwave of the 5.5 Designers firm, these adorable USB 2.0 flash drives are shaped liked coins with the capacities engraved on the surface - 4GB or 8GB. Just twist the coin and the hidden USB connector is revealed. The USB drives are shock-proof and are made from durable metal die-cast. We call that totally slick.

Available in bronze or silver finish from LaCie for $19.99. Go get one and tick off an item on your holiday shopping list.

Via Chip Chick.

Posted by kanchana    Category: computers | design | novelty | peripherals | portable media
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