03. 18. 2009
Get a bunch of LaCie USB drives for your keyring
When it comes to trusting a company for unique design, you just have to give it to those guys at LaCie. Close on the heels of the CurrenKey USB drives that looked every bit as enticing as the currency that they were impersonating, the very same designer firm - 5.5 Designers - has come up with the latest key-like USB keys for LaCie.
These beauties called itsaKey, iamaKey and PassKey not only resemble actual keys, but also have the same form-factor. They can all be strung on a keyring or just tossed into your pocket. If you thought that was enough, then you didn't see the bonus coming - the USB keys are built to sturdy perfection unlike normal keys and can withstand many a careless tossing. The gold SIP connector on iamakey is apparently water and scratch-proof too, and thus boasts of being one of the thinnest and most durable flash drives in the market.
The PassKey is not a flash drive by itself but has a built-in microSD card reader (compatible with all microSD cards on the market) and allows you to quickly turn your microSD card into a portable flash drive. The iamakey and itsakey are flash drives available in capacities of 4GB and 8GB. They are priced starting at $17.99 and $14.99 respectively, while the PassKey retails at $9.99.