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[CES 2009] Take’s Secret Diary Could Make Tweens Happy. Maybe.

secret-diary

By David Ponce

It’s a flash drive with a numeric keypad that contains software for writing a diary. I’d like to think it’ll attract a certain demographic and I’m also under the impression that this demographic is the tween girl. But here’s the thing: I don’t get these girls. I also don’t believe any tween gals read us, but maybe one of you knows one? So help me out. Do you think they’d like the following?

It’s a 1GB flash drive. It’s protected by a secret code that you have to enter on the numeric keypad before you actually plug the drive in. Once plugged, software is launched that lets the user not only write a diary, but do a bunch of things like: read fortune cookies, interpret dreams, help you get inspired to write, etc. The encryption is military grade and the internal chip covered in epoxy, making a physical break-in impossible. It’s $60 and available from a few retailers.

So… If this something tween girls will like, or just toss in a drawer after mom buys it for them excitedly next Christmas?

[ Secret Diary ]

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  • Jul33

    I'm not a tween.And I find it terrific!I want one!

  • Jul33

    I'm not a tween.And I find it terrific!I want one!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=6203280 Mike Ruhlin

    spies with tween daughters will love them. Store your secret documents, and your daughter will honestly tell the enemy interrogators that she forgot the password after she stuck it in a drawer as soon as you gave it to her.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=6203280 Mike Ruhlin

    spies with tween daughters will love them. Store your secret documents, and your daughter will honestly tell the enemy interrogators that she forgot the password after she stuck it in a drawer as soon as you gave it to her.

  • Sam

    I'm 17, hardly a tween, but i don't think something like that would've hardly interested me in my tween years either.

  • Sam

    I'm 17, hardly a tween, but i don't think something like that would've hardly interested me in my tween years either.