Okay now this is just sooo cool!Â :)Â ThereÂ are a number of tech blogs that have shown this… www.engadget.com , www.dvice.com … and still many personal blog raves complete the swirl. Well at least to those who know what lego is, and who doesnâ€™t.Â Iâ€™m a creature from the 80â€™s and it was legoâ€™s decade I assure you.Â I drooled over them those years and yes I bawled my eyes out when I didnâ€™t get my lego fix.Â Now thatâ€™s not to say Iâ€™d bawl yet again, too old for it this time.Â But can I just say I just may drool instead?
Personally I own about 4 flash stick drives.Â Iâ€™ve got a 4GB San Disk mini cruiser, a 2GB version, a PNY 2GB and a 1GB knock off.Â Why I have them, donâ€™t ask!Â Some of them given, some of them from ebay.com and one of them, hmmm I really donâ€™t know where that knock off came from!
Have I any use for them, wellâ€¦ I did once.Â But not so much lately after I bought a snazzier 80GB Maxtor external 2.5â€ hard disk.Â I once used them for quick need-to-have files, but I think I donâ€™t have any files like that anymore.Â Ergo my flash drivesâ€¦ a semi-permanent drawer item.
But why am I drooling over the lego 1GB flash drive.Â The 80â€™s is â€œflashingâ€ back and this piece of history is a must-have, even if itâ€™ll just be part of â€˜ye old drawer yet again.Â I just have to have one.
Theyâ€™re compatible with actual lego bricks, standard lego colors and itâ€™s from the Japaneseâ€¦ itâ€™s from the Japaneseâ€¦ what else!!!