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The Mix Tape Goes USB

by Paul Strauss

For those of us who were born in the pre-MP3 era, the idea of creating a custom mix of your favorite tunes and putting them on a cassette tape was one of the most romantic things that you could do for your significant other (unless you happened to include “That’s What Friends Are For” or “The Breakup Song” on there.)

Mix Tape USB By Suck UK

The oh-so-clever designers over at Suck UK have put together this kit that lets you make a modern version of the mix tape.

Packaged in a container that looks like a classic cassette tape, the USB Mix Tape actually contains a USB drive that you can load your special playlist of tunes onto. They’ve also included one of those ruled cards that comes with blank cassettes for you to jot down your playlist.

It’s part of their new Fall 2007 collection and should be available this September.

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Comments (4):

  1. the scholar says:

    that is awesome… memories…

  2. redagent says:

    yeah but i’m sure it costs tons more than a cassette tape. and hasnt this already been invented = “the cd-r”

  3. Mushii.ox says:

    Oh Way Tah Go redagent Go Spoil It Why Dont You >=(

    Its Ahmasiinglyy Retrooo .ox

  4. XXVII says:

    for those of you who remember.. a cd just won’t cut it.. *sigh*

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