There's simply no denying that many tech enthusiasts love all things small. As of late, with the likes of products such as the Asus Eee PC, Lenovo ThinkPad X200, Dell Studio Hybrid and other small form-factor systems; thin, small and light is definitely "in" and has become a fad of sorts. What is this obsession with small? What ever happend to big, clunkly and overbearing? You can't turn around these days without bumping into something that looks like it was designed to work best in Munchkin Land or Gary Coleman's gym bag. Regardless, it seems Super Talent isn't about to give us manly men, who like big, nasty, in-your-face computer gear, a break from the current megatrend in all things tiny.
Just what you need to accompany that ultralight notebook or mini desktop -- the Super Talent Pico Gold series 8GB USB keychain drive emerges, for those of you that are so proud of getting your tiny on, that you want to dress it up in a little bling. And we do mean a "little"...
At first I thought this was real gold. It would make a cool ubergeek necklace charm.
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It is rather petite
Drago:Ah the perfect way to show your love, a gold plated tiny USB flash drive, complete with uber geek tools on the drive, a picture of some roses and a real diamond necklace. Every geek girls dream gift from their geeky guy...
anyways, id be afraid i would accidentally swallow it thinking it was a chicklet or something.
Jen has been hinting at jewelry for her b-day.
What part of "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" don't you understand?
warlord:Hope your couch is comfy...sounds like you might be on it after her bday
I have a super comfy chair in my living room. I almost like getting in trouble.
Not me heck na i like the nookie, besides the couch makes my back hurt
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