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T-Rex USB Drive: Dinosaurs Became Extinct So You Could Save Your Data

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Hey kids! Meet T-Rex. He may be small – 6″ x 2.5″ x 6″ – for a dinosaur, but he’s willing to protect your files. And with those big claws and teeth, not even Swiper will risk the wrath of T-Rex!

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Unfortunately he’ll have to be decapitated before you can save your data.

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He also has a prehistoric storage capacity, a measly 2 GB. But I bet that’s more than enough to carry all your stuff. And since the actual flash disk is wrapped inside his head, you don’t have to take his entire body with you.

So go and tell mom and dad to buy you one from robotbaby at Etsy for only $28 (USD). Tell them “This is a great way for me to be introduced to the world of computers and learn the perks of flash storage as well as the value of regularly backing up my data!” Eh what the hell. You probably know how to download from Usenet already.

[via Geeky Gadgets]



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