Pico-C Gold Plated USB Flash Drive

Gold Pico Flash Drive

By Evan Ackerman

It’s an unfortunate side effect of my gender (that would be, male) that it’s not generally socially acceptable for me to wear jewelry. This sucks, because shiny things are awesome. I try, therefore, to mix the sparkly with the practical, but it’s hard to find stuff that fulfills both of these criteria. We’ve written about these itsy bitsy teeny tiny Super Talent Pico-C flash drives before (and I love ’em), but they’ve just released a new one that’s been plated in 24 carat gold. Gold! The great part is that although you will (of course) pay a premium for such luxury (and the limited edition status it comes with), it’s only about 5 bucks, bringing the price of the 8gb version to somewhere between $30 and $40. Totally worth it, if you ask me, especially since the drive itself is no slouch: it’s shock resistant, water resistant, writes at 30 mbps, and weighs less than a nickel.

Doesn’t look like NewEgg has them in stock yet, but you can pick one up from eWiz.com for $32.

VIA [ Fareastgizmos ]