USBGeek's Skeleton USB Flash Drive will take your information to the grave. Not only that, he'll remove his own skull so you can connect him to your computer. When the Skeleton USB Flash Drive is plugged in he looks like he's chilling out with his skull in his hands. He's a skeleton - they do that kind of thing. The Skeleton USB is not just resting his bones & storing your information, he's holding the cover to the flash drive so you won't loose it.
The Skeleton USB Flash Drive is 74 x 54 x22.5 mm and can hold up to 32GB of data.
You can order The Skeleton USB Flash Drive at USBGeek's website.
Friday, March 29, 2013 - 5:31pmDavid Nguyen and his uncle have made a prototype of the most awesome flash drive!
Monday, March 11, 2013 - 1:18pmAdventure Time's BMO is pretty versatile. In addition to being Finn & Jake's game console, BMO serves as a roommate, friend, music player, alarm clock, flashlight, camera, video editor, strobe light, video player, portable electrical outlet and now a flash drive.
Thursday, February 28, 2013 - 4:41pmMimoco has teamed up once again with Hasbro to release a new series of Mimobot flash drives.