The lid opens to reveal a 128MB USB 2.0 thumb drive, which otherwise looks just like a regular tube of lipstick. It also includes integrated ECC circuits for 1-bit error detection, disk partitions/password check for security disk, and is compatible with Windows/Mac/Linux systems. But does all that really matter when it only has 128MB memory? DigitalEra is selling this drive for $22 USD. Source: [TRFJ]

The lid opens to reveal a 128MB USB 2.0 thumb drive, which otherwise looks just like a regular tube of lipstick. It also includes integrated ECC circuits for 1-bit error detection, disk partitions/password check for security disk, and is compatible with Windows/Mac/Linux systems. But does all that really matter when it only has 128MB memory? DigitalEra is selling this drive for $22 USD. Source: [TRFJ]