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USB Robot Flash Drives Lose Their Heads

by Paul Strauss

What better way to store your important files than inside the body a tiny little robot?

usb_robot_flash

These USB flash drives sort of remind me of Futurama’s Bender Bending Rodriguez, what with their bendy metallic arms. But these robots won’t tell you to bite their shiny metal behinds. At least I don’t think they will…

bender_robot_usb

No siree, they won’t put up a stink at all when you pluck their heads off and jam them into your computers USB slot. Because that’s their primary mission objective – to store your data!

bender_usb_flash_drive

Each robot flash drive stores 8GB of information and comes with a handy keychain clip, so you can carry the little guy in your pocket wherever you go. Although this one looks more like he’s slacking off on the job when he’s hanging out on this guys keychain.

usb_robot_memory

They’re available in both gold and silver finishes (FYI, I think they’re actually made out of plastic, not metal) for $34 (USD) each over at Brando HK.




Comments (1):

  1. Tommy says:

    Just to correct a point made in the post I have one of these and its made of metal, its awesome but is is a little heavy to actually be of use.

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