BMW has a cool new flash drive that fans of themed storage or the BMW M sports cars will appreciate. The body of the flash drive looks like the keyfob from an M-series sports car. The key fob has three buttons and the official BMW and M logos.
The USB connector retracts into the keyfob body when you press the trunk key. The other two keys do nothing. The flash drive has 8 GB of storage and is available right now for $38.
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