LaCie Launched 2 USB Flash Drives and a Card Reader in the Shape of Door Keys

Published by on March 10, 2009 under Unique Gift Ideas


LaCie is famous for its stylish storage devices resulted from different collaborations with product designers. Yesterday the company launched these USB Flash drives designed by 5.5 Designers in the shape of standard door keys.
You can carry them hanged on the keychain and transfer files from the computer at high speeds via the USB 2.0 interface.

The 3 models introduced are iamaKey with 4GB and 8GB capacities, itsaKey and the PassKey, the latter coming with a built-in microSD card reader.

The keys are made from metal and support up to 30MB/s transfer rates. iamaKey adds a Gold SIP connector for water- and scratch-resistance.
Prices start at $17.99 for the iamaKey, $14.99 for itsaKey and $9.99 for the PassKey USB card reader.


“Following the popularity and usefulness of flash memory today, LaCie has merged the ubiquitous USB interface with a very mobile and convenient form factor, a key that you always carry with you,” said Luc Pierart, Business Unit Manager of Peripherals & Accessories. “The LaCie Key products bring an ease-of-use to our customers, making it easy to access, store, and share large amounts of content on-the-go. After all, it’s a Key.”

(Seen on CHIPChick; Source: LaCie Press Release)

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2 Replies to "LaCie Launched 2 USB Flash Drives and a Card Reader in the Shape of Door Keys"

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    Ads in the middle of an article. Go to hell. Lame site.

  2. Took it out. Hope it’s more comfortable reading now. ;)

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