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TikiMac offers flash-based Big Tiki Drive

updated 09:30 am EST, Wed February 23, 2005

Flash-based Big Tiki Drive

TikiMac today unveiled the , a flash-based storage device in the form of a "big, grinning Tiki idol, complete with hypnotic glowing eyes and a blinking 'aura.'" The drive offers a simple and inexpensive way for users to transport and share their data quickly and easily between computers. The Big Tiki Drive offers USB 2.0 connectivity and is plug-and-play compatible with systems running Mac OS X 10.x (and Classic Mac OS 9.2.x). Big Tiki Drives include a 6 ft. illuminated "Lava USB" data cable in either red, white or blue, a soft draw-string pouch, and a protective connector "end cap"; they are available in 256MB ($60), 512MB ($80), 1GB ($120), 2GB ($230) and 4GB ($430) capacities.

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