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Incubot Shiroi USB Drives: Buy a Robot, Save Japan

by Lambert Varias
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The mainstream news outlets may have moved on to cover more current issues, but the damage done by the earthquake and tsunami in Japan will take years and millions of dollars to repair. If you want to help, you can donate to the Japanese Red Cross and get a 2GB flash drive with Incubot’s Japan Relief Series.

incubot shiroi japan earthquake tsunami relief series usb drive

I’m not familiar with Nekobot, although Incubot also makes a more colorful light-up version of both the Nekobot and Voltron. This time both of them are fighting for Japan, so they’re proudly wearing the country’s colors.

You can order the limited edition flash drives at Incubot’s online shop. Each drive costs $20(USD), but you can also buy both at once for $37. All of the profits from these drives will go to the Japanese Red Cross and to Safecast, a global radiation monitoring service.

[via Boing Boing]



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