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Iomega Hip Flask Storage: Don’T Drink and Hard Drive

by Paul Strauss
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Hmmm. Would you rather be caught drinking on the job, or sneaking sensitive company data out of the office? Now you don’t have to choose, thanks to this new portable hard drive that looks just like a hip flask.

iomega’s eGo Leather Hard Drive may not actually carry your booze, but it will hold up to 250GB of your favorite files, so you can sneak them around any place you can carry an open container. The drive is a dead ringer for an actual hip flask, complete with curvy metal ends and a rich leather wrapper. And just in case you really do go out on a bender and drop the thing on the ground, it’s got built-in Drop Guard protection to keep your data safe.

I say, why not keep one of these in your inside left pocket, and a real flask in your inside right? Of course, just don’t make the mistake of opening your real flask and pouring your 30-year old Glenfiddich onto your keyboard. Now that would be a true crime.

It’s available now over on ThinkGeek for $149.99.

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