As most of us are probably familiar with the recent natural disasters that occurred in Japan, rebuilding their lives and businesses will definitely not come cheap even if they were aided by their government.
Now you’re probably wondering, “What does this have to do with a tech blog?” Well as it turns out in conjunction with partners World Events Productions and CustomUSB, they have created a line of USB flash drives in the shape of robots that are colored in the flag of Japan. If you choose to buy one of these flash drives, it seems that 100% of the profits will be going directly to the Japanese Red Cross Society and to Safecast radiation monitoring efforts.
Unfortunately it’s kind of pricey for just a 2GB USB flash drive but for those interested in lending a helping hand or who just love to collect limited edition gadgets, then the USB flash drives will cost you $20 each and they will come in the shape of either the Nekobot or Voltron. Alternatively you can buy both for $37 and it is available from the Incubot’s website.
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