Iusb: Bone Driver iPhone Flash Disk
January 29th, 2009
Bone Collection is a Taiwanese brand of gadget accessories and portable storage. It’s also what the Bone Collector does. It might also be one of those processes shown in CSI, the boring ones shortened to a couple of scenes accompanied by savvy and dark background music.
Going back to the Taiwanese brand, they have this line of flash disks which are called Bone Drivers, which are flash drives encased in removable silicone shells that are shaped like bone collections bones or dinosaurs or penguins or pandas. But since bones are boring and do not result in lawsuits, Bone Collection decided to make silicone shells that are shaped like the iPhone.
Awwww. You think they’re happy? Sleepy? Freaked that they suddenly have eyes and feet?
There’s still no word on the price or the capacity of the flash disk, but a quick peek at X-treme Geek, Bone Collection’s American distributor, will show you that the other flash disk versions sell for $20 (USD) for the 2GB and $30 for the 4GB capacity disks. Here’s Bone Collection’s diagram in case you still don’t quite get the gimmick:
Take Out, Take In, New Driver. Is is Major Easy.
Unfortunately the iPhone design isn’t available at X-treme Geek yet. An iPod shell is also available, but that’s so passé, so I didn’t bother posting about that. Also, the iPod case’s pics are low res and ugly.
If you live outside of America look at Bone Collection’s list of affiliates so you can check if the iPhone flash disk is already available in your country.