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Calvin Klein USB Sunglasses – Stylish Or Stupid?

ck Calvin Klein USB Sunglasses (Image courtesy Men.Style.com)
By Andrew Liszewski

I guess if you’re shelling out hundreds of dollars for a pair of brand-name sunglasses it doesn’t hurt when they do something more than make you look like a tool. Calvin Klein’s new USB shades for example (available in October, just in time for the Summer to be long gone!) feature a detachable arm that reveals a 4GB flash drive. I guess it’s a handy way to carry a flash drive, particularly since you’ll be less likely to lose it because it cost you $199. The downside though? Forget about doing any file transfers or backups in the sun since you’ll have to take the glasses off before you can access the flash drive. No thank-you!

[ Men.Style.Com – ck Calvin Klein USB Sunglasses ] VIA [ Gizmag ]







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  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=670200843 facebook-670200843

    Mainly useful for getting a flash drive past security.

  • Joe_Murphy

    If you're the sort of tosser to seek out Calvin Klein glasses, you might be the sort of tosser who'd wear them in October.

  • uberRegenbogen

    I'm going to guess that the author (and the first commenter) lives somewhere that doesn't get snow. Sunglasses in winter are entirely valid in places that do—oh hell yes! They're probably shooting for the skiing vacation market.

    Meanwhile: 4 gigs? For 200 bucks, it'd better be at least an 8 gig, if not 16 (and come with a week's supply of sexual favours)! No thanks. I'll wait for the 50 to 100 dollar 16 to 48 gig knockoffs. (Or better yet, add a clip to my dollar-store cheapos to hold a plug-sized USB drive, that could even be used without taking them apart. Hacking FTW!)

  • http://www.sunglassesuk.com/ Designer Sunglasses

    I think this is stylish. But oh so pricey for a 4gig.

  • http://www.sunglassesuk.com/ Designer Sunglasses

    I think this is stylish. But oh so pricey for a 4gig.