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Mar 30, 2011

This Year's Hottest Pocket Mirror is Also a USB 3.0 Multi-Format Card Reader

We always knew that the worlds of technology and popular culture were on a collision course of epic proportions, and if this isn't proof... well, you might say that proof simply doesn't exist. Brando has an identity crisis that Charlie Sheen would simply salivate over, but if we had to guess, we'd surmise that a USB 3.0 SuperSpeed card reader -- complete with support for CompactFlash, SDXC and M2 cards -- does a lot more #winning with a mirror slapped onto the side. Pre-order yours today for the tidy sum of $25.

22 comments:

YourArgumentIsCurrentlyInvalid said...

nice!

The Emancipator said...

That could sure come in handy at the weirdest times. cool little gadget

Agustin Creevy said...

nice accsesorie!

cool_cicler said...

Looks like one of those things that only the japanese could invent

Jay.CA said...

winning indeed!

Adam said...

Oh sweet!

Zombie said...

Stylish and functional! :D

David said...

That's pretty awesome!

aikino said...

Don´t really get the purpose of the mirror, but for 25$ it seems like a good deal.

covnitkepr1 said...

Just checking back to read any postings you may have written.

I’ve been following and enjoying your blog for a while now and would like to invite you to visit and perhaps follow me back. Sorry I took so long for the invitation.

izzfoshizzz said...

really?

Inhia said...

i would never this object. But interesting as always bro

S&F

Jennifer Black said...

This is great!

HiFi said...

Neat lol

Drackar said...

USB 3.0 card reader, for 25 bucks. Not bad.

Peanutzzz said...

looks a bit fat though

psyke said...

It seems a bit pricy for me.

triade said...

wow, wanna have it!

BigMike said...

Odd, It is only about 2 inch by 2 inch... the mirror is just big enough to look at your own nose and thats about it ;)

Whoog Tunes said...

thats a cool card reader. wish my laptop supported usb 3.0

Whoog Tunes said...

thats a cool card reader. wish my laptop supported usb 3.0

PaulBlark said...

Nice!