Get The New Star Trek Movie On A Limited Edition Flash Drive

Get The New Star Trek Movie On A Limited Edition Flash Drive

Star Trek USB Stick (Images courtesy Play.com)
By Andrew Liszewski

I’ll spare you my thoughts on the new Star Trek film, given this isn’t a movie-review site, and I seem to stand in the minority with my opinions, but if you were a fan of Abrams take on the Trek universe you might be interested in this limited edition version of the film which comes on a 4GB Starfleet insignia flash drive. (Each one is individually numbered.) The digital copy of the film is all DRM’d up so it can only be played on up to 5 registered devices, or burned to a DVD, and it’s about 1GB in size, leaving you 3GB of storage to boldly store what no man has stored before. ~$28 from Play.com.

[ Star Trek (2009) USB Stick ]

7 thoughts on “Get The New Star Trek Movie On A Limited Edition Flash Drive”

  1. Well in their defense the movie to a true fan was a bit off. Like we understand that the timeline was changed, but not so much that Spock's mother had different hair color. Or that Captian Pike was not the right age, the list could go on, I tried not to pay too much attention to details like that. One thing most complained about even with timeline interference, the technology shouldn't have been that advanced.

    But if you just watched it no strings attached, it was pretty awesome.

  2. Well in their defense the movie to a true fan was a bit off. Like we understand that the timeline was changed, but not so much that Spock's mother had different hair color. Or that Captian Pike was not the right age, the list could go on, I tried not to pay too much attention to details like that. One thing most complained about even with timeline interference, the technology shouldn't have been that advanced.

    But if you just watched it no strings attached, it was pretty awesome.

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