Even vampires can use a little flash memory

Neiman Marcus does storage keys as only it can.

Neiman Marcus

Leave it to Neiman Marcus to find yet another way to overdo the mundane USB flash drive. It is, after all, the same place that offered a Razr "Luxury Package" that featured genuine gold tone for $900.

Part of the Jo Marz designer collection, these storage keys look like something out of a goth fashion catalog. They're a relative bargain compared with other Needless Markup offerings, priced at just $98 for a 1GB capacity, according to 7Gadgets. Not to mention the $6,000 that you could pay for a Swiss Army drive with the same capacity.

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