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What You'll Get
From escalators to telephones, technology makes life more convenient—with the possible exception of hover bicycles, which don't move no matter how much you pedal them. Celebrate successful inventions with this Groupon.
$15 for $30 Worth of Pop-Culture Flash Drives, Gadgets, and Toys
Pick from an assortment of MimoBot flash drives, MimoMicro card readers, and other toys and technology. Popular drives include Einstein, whose face changes with the removal of the cap ($19.99 for 8GB; $69.99 for 64GB); protocol droid C-3PO ($14.99 for 4GB; $69.99 for 64GB); and crimson-masked crusader The Flash ($19.99 for 8GB; $69.99 for 64GB). Purchasers can also opt for the Lonely City USB hub ($25) or any of the company's toys and accessories, USB card readers, or T-shirts.
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The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 30, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per order. Valid online only. Not valid with other offers. Not valid toward shipping. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
The stern, masked face of Batman. The bright red bow of Hello Kitty. The green, wizened visage of Yoda. These images have two things in common: they've all become iconic, and they've all been wrapped around a 64-gigabyte stick of flash memory.
Boston-based design studio Mimoco (pronounced mee-mo-ko) adds a jolt of pop culture and style to familiar technologies and gadgets, most notably with Mimobot, the company's flagship line of flash drives. Familiar faces from DC Comics, Hello Kitty, Star Wars, and Emily the Strange, along with such notable figures as Einstein and Bruce Lee, grace the glossy exteriors of 2–64-gigabyte memory sticks. Each comes preloaded with desktop wallpaper and other character-specific content—which the company calls Mimory—allowing one to match computers to flash drives, flash drives to T-shirts, and T-shirts to secret double lives as caped crusaders.
In addition to the pack of famous and fictional faces, Mimoco partners with independent popartists to create one-of-a-kind consumer electronics and home goods. To engage with its creative fan base, the company hosts design challenges.