The Chocolate Portable Hard Drive was designed by Sang-Hoon Lee and was created to resemble a chocolate bar. This one just happens to be a white-chocolate bar that looks more like a keyboard-bar, but who cares, it doesn't even exist in the real world. Each piece of the unit is a modular flash drive and there's a touchscreen to organize your files onto the different drives. Why you'd need/want to be responsible for a bunch of tiny square flash drives is a mystery to me. I'd be losing those little guys left and right if I ever removed them from the base. That's why I had a flash drive installed in my penis, because I'll never lose it. Unfortunately I may have downloaded a virus last night from some floozy I met at the bar.
Chocolate Portable HDD [yankodesign]
That's right, the folks over at Kingston are about to drop a 128GB flashbomb on the world. Available next month, the 128GB DataTraveler 200 will cost a staggering $547. SO DON'T WASH IN IN YOUR JEANS. Still, 128GB -- do you realize how much porn that is? *ahem* Me neither.
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Brazilian designer Marcos Breder came up with these domino-inspired flash drives. Two drives lock together to form a domino, and each individual drive lights up with dots to indicate how many gigs of space are filled. Pretty clever idea, but it would be pretty annoying trying t... / Continue →
LaCie's new external hard drive will look like a beautiful golden wave glistening atop your desk. It was fabricated by Ora-Ito, a French designer, exclusively for LaCie. It packs 500 GB of storage, uses a USB 2.0 interface, and will run $189 when it drops next month. Why a p... / Continue →