Memorex Flash Drive Money Clip For Fathers Day

Posted: May 22 2007, 1:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:57am CDT, in News | Other Stuff

Memorex Flash Drive Money Clip for Fathers Day
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If you are looking for something to give dear old dad for Father’s Day that is more exciting and useful than another tie Memorex has an interesting device you may want to check out. The Memorex Money Clip Flash Drive has 1GB of storage space and can keep your cash secure.

The flash drive itself is the typical stick design that stores in the money clip when not in use. The USB connector is built on so no additional wires are needed to connect the drive to a PC.

If pops feels like gambling, without loosing his fat stash kept nestled snugly in his new money clip, he can plug the flash drive into the nearest PC and play some Texas Holdem right from the flash drive. The price of the money clip drive is $34.99 and it is available at Target stores nationwide right now. Image via Memorex.

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