SimpleTech - Signature Mini 320GB External Hard Drive

SimpleTech - Signature Mini 320GB External Hard Drive

picked this up during my last evacuation from the latest hurricane. definitely a good buy. easily portable, USB powered, and there is an optional plug for an additional a/c (?) adapter. comes with a handy backup program that works on both PC and MAC. Points for design b/c it is totally cute, and it comes with a plastic box that you can store it in and also the cord. ideal for packin up when i have to flee from another hurricane.

  • Unlike some of the other sci-fi themed USB drives we've seen, this one is more of a figurine that happens to be a flash drive -- making it the perfect office accessory.

  • Electronics and fire have never been friends and you could even say they are essentially sworn enemies. But in the case of this USB flash drive they have decided to call a truce. Long standing differences have been put aside to c... Electronics and fire have never been friends and you could even say they are essentially sworn enemies. But in the case of this USB flash drive they have decided to call a truce. Long standing differences have been put aside to create a product that is both practical and very unique. This flash drive has an ample 8GB capacity and the lighter is refillable. The USB connector slides out of the bottom of the metal case, using a small slider lever located on the side of the lighter. The lighter has a polished chrome finish and an adjustable flame. * Refillable lighter with built-in USB flash drive * 8GB capacity * USB connector slides out of the lighter * Metal case * Adjustable flame * Includes USB cable * Dimensions: 1.5" x 2.4" x .5" (3.8 x 6 x 1.3 cm)

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  • 8 gigs of storage on a disk the size of your pinky tip- good thing they include a chain. A great little gift for folks who engage in espionage or simply like having the coolest gadgets around.

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