USB keys get stoned

Swarovski crystals strike again

"SolidAlliance" sounds more like a light rock band from the '70s than a computer equipment maker--which would explain its taste in USB drive designs too.

Except for the occasional duckies and robots , the Japanese company appears given to all that glitters . The latest shiny material comes from the house of Swarovski , which apparently won't be satisfied until it covers the Earth in its ubiquitous crystals.

A new line of stone-studded USB keys can be made to order with your choice of designs in different storage sizes, according to Newlaunches. It could actually find a whole new market if it can create an " Aqua Teen " version.

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