Totally Sweet - A Pen With Built-in Flash & SD Drive

Posted: Aug 31 2006, 10:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 11:49pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

Totally Sweet - A Pen With Built-in Flash & SD Drive
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Even though it may not be able to massage you, this pen from Japan, named the "SpyDisk" pen, is completely pimped out with a USB flash drive. It comes in 128, 256, and 512 MB storage denominations. What's also cool about it is that it has an SD cart slot cleverly disguised on the pen cap's clip.

It does of course also double as a regulation ballpoint pen. I'm not sure what color it is, but something tells me it might be black. This is the perfect little gadget for you to just carry around some of your more pertinent files that you may need in an emergency situation. If you're like me and always carry a pen around, you'd always have access to said files without having to worry about carrying a flash drive everywhere.The SkyDisk pen pricing tier goes something like this: ¥2,800 ($24) for the 128MB version, ¥3,880 ($33) for the 256MB version and ¥4,800 ($41) for the 512MB version. That's not too bad. This is one crazy Japanese gadget that I do actually hope finds its way to the states.

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