Awesome external hard drives and flash drives modeled after cars [Image]

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These drives come in sizes ranging from 8 GB (flash drives) to 1 TB (external hard drives) and are available in both USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 versions. The prices vary depending on size starting as low as $24 to as high as $385, and there are dozens of models to pick from — not just the ones shown above.

Hit up the via link below to learn more and place your order; be warned, though — FlashRods, the company that makes these, is currently “on Summer break” and will only take new orders starting Fall.

[via FlashRods,MakeUseOf]

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  1. Seamus McSeamus

    I’ve always wondered why externals didn’t come in cool cases like these. Given the choice of a standard external enclosure, or one that looks like the Batmobile, I’m choosing the Batmobile. I’ve seen a toy Tardis used as an enclosure, but never a manufactured one. Give us Geeks what we want!