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Latest Mini Cooper Flash Drives Will Store Your Italian Job in Style

by Shane McGlaun
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Back in 2008, we get our first look at the Zero Basic Mini Cooper flash drive. The red Cooper with a white top and stripes is the same one we saw years back. However, the company now has several additional styles for you to choose from. They’re all Mini Coopers; they just have different designs and colors – and they all remind me of The Italian Job.

If you’re car guy or just like quirky flash drives, this line may be perfect for you. All of the cars are highly detailed you have a USB plug sticking out the back like some sort of jet engine. Thankfully, that connector slides in and out using a switch on the bottom of the cars so you don’t have to look at it all the time.

They even have rubber tires but lack side mirrors. Granted, the only Mini Cooper of this vintage I have seen in real life lacked side mirrors as well. Perhaps someone familiar with real vehicles can enlighten us on whether vintage Coopers came with side mirrors at all.

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These Mini drives have 4GB of storage, and sell for about $36(USD) over at GizmoAgent. These aren’t the fastest or biggest flash drives in history, but there certainly some of the coolest.

[via EverythingUSB]

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