• Mini Cooper USB drive is the coolest thing in town

It is raining retro here at Topspeed. The original Mini was the best city car- small, fuel efficient and easy to navigate in traffic and narrow lanes. Though it is out of production, people still look out for ones on the second-hand market purely for its looks and utility, pointed above.

In case you need one but you are uncertain or don’t have the necessary cash, you might want to take a look at this. A mini-Mini for your table, which actually is a USB device that can take in a chunk of your folders and mp3. But the best part are the headlights. They actually work!

The headlight on the USB drive replaces the normal LED but nevertheless it looks cute and would be the best birthday present for a Mini or Mr.Bean fan. Other variants include a police version and a racing version with decals for the hyper-enthusiastic soul. The USB connector folds into the car’s boot when you don’t need it. Follow the link to check it out.


Source: Technabob

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  (1) posted on 12.2.2009

Hi, we are selling this Mini Cooper USB Drive at our website http://bit.ly/1KYBNW for US$45, check it out!

  (1) posted on 07.14.2009

Check this out. We offer officially licensed Mini Cooper Mk1 USB Flash Drives. 9 different color types. USB port is hidden in the boot. When the device is plugged into the USB port of a computer, the headlights light up. 1:48 scale. 4GB capacity. Best price. We ship worldwide. We will ship the item to you within 2 business days. This item is excellent gift for MINI fans.

minicooper-usb. net

  (1) posted on 07.13.2009

We are Auto Regalia - a UK based on-line retailer who have just taken stock of the Mini Cooper USB memory sticks. We currently have the red version with white stripes - other versions to follow in near future...

They are available for worldwide immediate shipping from out website - see following link for actual item:-

http://www.a utoregalia.co.uk/Items /rd_memstk2g_minirsuj< /a>

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