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Let Your Files and Data Speed into the Bat(Mobile) USB Memory Stick

by Hazel Chua
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Who doesn’t know Batman?

I’ve always been a fan of superheroes, but the thing I love the most about the caped crusader was that he didn’t possess any superhuman or special powers; he was human, but he was damn good at being one.

Now you can carry along your data in this adorably designed USB flash drive that holds a miniature Batman cruising along in his Batmobile.

Bat Stick
These memory sticks are packed with 4 GB of storage. If you need more (or less) space, just hit the maker of these with an email and hopefully your request will be accommodated. You can get one of these babies for $40 from Polyester’s shop on Etsy, the home of all things kooky and quirky.

Now if only I can find a miniature Robin USB to go alongside it.

[via New Launches via Slippery Brick]

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