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August 17, 2014

PNY launches a LEGO USB compatible to other LEGOs

For those fans of the classic building bricks that most of us played (or are still playing) with, you’ll be glad to know that you can now store your files on them too! PNY has partnered with LEGO to produce a USB storage made out of these plastic toys. They come in different colors and storage sizes, but the most fun part is that they can be attached to your existing LEGOs!

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PNY’s Lego USB flash drive has a capless, sliding design so it just looks like an ordinary piece of LEGO when not in use. There are two storage capacities available: There’s an 8GB variant and a bigger 16GB option with colors varying from blue, red, and yellow. Just for fun, you also get a free LEGO brick upon purchase.

Grew up collecting all things LEGO? PNY's new USB storage could be the newest addition to your collection. (image credit: lego.com)

Grew up collecting all things LEGO? PNY’s new USB storage could be the newest addition to your collection. (image credit: lego.com)

Use the 2.0 USB with its key-fob or incorporate it with your other LEGOs to form one mega USB is up to you – let your imagination do the work. As of now only the 16GB USB is available over at PNY’s website and is listed at $9.99 (approx. Php400).

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3 Responses to “PNY launches a LEGO USB compatible to other LEGOs”

  1. Easy E says:

    This news has been circulating dayssss ago. Akala ko naman may update about local availability. You should have reporter/blogged the newly formalized USB plug standard instead.

  2. Benchmark says:

    Wow! I like to have one of this!

    -lego kid here!

  3. Silverlokk says:

    Building a RAID array with these :)

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