Skeleton Key flash drive is modern and retro

Skeleton Key flash driveHow many of you are bored with the old, similar looking thumb drives that every other manufacturer seems to put out? How about a thumb drive in the shape of a key instead? While we’re at that, let’s make it a skeleton key to give it that retro, classic feel? Viola, we have the skeleton key flash drive from Fredflare. While it won’t be opening any doors for you, it will be able to store up to 2 GB of data for you. Just don’t try turning the key once you slot it in – it definitely wasn’t built for turning. The Skeleton  Key flash drive is available here for $58 a pop.

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