What next, a USB engagement ring?

Some tech designers are wannabe jewelers


Some manufacturers are clearly hell-bent on making USB keys look like fine jewelry. And unlike most of these attempts (Swarovski), some of them actually seem to be done in relative good taste.

But we have to ask: When one of these products clearly looks like it belongs in a jewelry case, like the "i-Disk Vogue" from Pretec, why bother to include a USB drive at all? BornRich says this "pendant drive" is available in storage sizes up to 8GB and can work with the latest Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems, but we seriously doubt that will be of much important to whomever wants to buy one. All those conspicuous consumers will want to know, perhaps other than the undisclosed price, is that it comes in gold or silver.

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