Chewbacca USB Drive Will Carry Your Data Along With C-3PO

By on August 8, 2013

    Limited Edition Chewbacca Will Carry Your Data Along With C-3PO

Every time I see one of Mimoco’s Mimobot flash drive drives, I want to kick myself, and their Limited Edition San Diego Comic-Con Star Wars Chewbacca Variant might be the best yet.  I want to kick myself because so many of my own flash drives are as boring in design as it gets.  Now just stay with me for second.  I have a bunch of boring, uninspired flash drives that I use every day.  They work, so what do I need with awesome designs like Mimoco’s sold out Han Solo with Carbonite case?

Han Solo with Carbonite Case Mimobot

Ok, maybe that’s a bad example because that’s one of the coolest things I have ever seen.  For a better example, let me dial back the Lucas force a bit.  Consider Adventure Time‘s Ice King Mimobot.  Even if you know the very guy whose financial empire is built on making and selling flash drives, if he is even remotely a fan of Adventure Time, then bam, you have the perfect gift.

Adventure Time Mimobot 1(Even the penguin is there!)

But what if your flash drive empire friend has a significant other?  Then say hello to Adventure Time‘s Marceline Mimobot.Adventure Time Mimobot 2

Did I mention George Washington and Abraham Lincoln Mimobots?  That President’s Day gift-giving event with your nerdy father-in-law is saved.  Einstein and Elvis can get the job done as well.

Check out Megatron and Bumblebee.  Total classics.Megatron and Bumblebee Mimobot

Honestly, Mimobot has dozens of excellent flash drives.  Not only are the drives stylish and available in sizes ranging from 8GB all the way up to 128GB, but the drives include Mimory content such as the Chewbacca MimoDesk personalization suite.Chewbacca Mimobot Bonus

Now back to Star Wars, let me finish off again by saying that these make for excellent gifts.  I mean who doesn’t know Star Wars?  And who wouldn’t be filled with joy to receive the Darth Vader Unmasked Mimibot flash drive?Darth Vader Unmasked Mimobot

About Brian Hoss

As a video game designer, I have worked for years with companies like Activision, Electronic Arts and Zenimax. Naturally, my fascination with technology, the internet, and the age-old social sharing of storytelling has prompted me to indulge writing for The CheckOut. Google BMH

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