'Luxury' USB drive seems like a lot of brass

It's a big claim to make these days.

Bissol

In this day of $49,590 hearing aids and $150,000 gear shift knobs , we're not quite sure how Bissol's 4GB flash drive qualifies as "luxury," but that's how it's being marketed. Sure, its brass finish is nice enough to look at, but it's not exactly a Dupont .

Still, Engadget says it's made with Old World care like a Swiss watch, so somebody is bound to appreciate it. And at least it's being up front about not being gold

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