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TDKR Flash Drive: When Your Files are Copied, You Have My Permission to Open Them

by Shane McGlaun
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If you’re a comic book geek or love Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight movies, get your wallet out. A company called Infothink has created a new Batman flash drive based on The Dark Knight Rises, and it looks pretty cool.

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The flash drive and its dock look like a bust of Batman in his black armor. Batman’s head separates from the body and has 16 GB of flash storage inside. The bat logo glows when the chest and neck portion of the flash drive is plugged into a USB port, as do Batman’s eyes when the flash drive section is plugged in. The flash drive has 16 GB of storage, and each one has an individual serial number with an RFID tag that can be read by smartphones with NFC support.

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This is an officially-licensed DC Comics collectible, and it’s not cheap, selling for $86.99(USD).

[via EverythingUSB]

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