Oh Maria Keep My Data Safe Prayer USB Drive

Posted: Nov 24 2007, 9:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:59am CDT, in News | Portable Devices

 
Oh Maria keep my Data Safe Prayer USB Drive
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Spanish designer Luis Eslava created a USB drive that resembles a Maria statue a couple of years ago. I just stumbled across it again this week in the German Vanity Fair magazine. The most religious USB drive on the market is the ideal gift for anybody who keeps his PC running with prayers.

The Maria USB drive is transparent and has a red LED that flashes when data is transferred.
On Maria's halo the prayer – "Oh Maria, keep my data safe!" is engraved. The Maria USB statue has only 512MB storage.
The Maria USB drive is produced by Spanish ABR and is available for 69 Euro (~$102) on the Maria USB shop (ships world-wide).
See also the Luis Eslava site.

The Maria USB drive beats the Syringe USB drive we reported about last year in weirdness.

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