Celebrate a month of World Cup soccer with a flash drive

Support your favorite team with one of these fun flash drives

Celebrate a month of World Cup soccer with a flash drive

Celebrate a month of World Cup soccer with a flash drive

An estimated one billion of us watched the FIFA World Cup soccer final this Sunday in which Spain proved victorious against the Netherlands (it was all fortold by an opctopus, apparently). In a nod to the sport that's captivated the world for the past month with its athletes' fancy footwork and goal-scoring head shots, its referees' bad calls, and its rabid audience's ear-splitting, vuvuzela-fueled enthusiasm, take a look at the T001 Soccer Jersey USB flash drives from Adata.

The durable, rubberized drives feature the national flag of represented countries, and pack in 4GB of flash for about US$15. Each drive has a loop for a lanyard. Like the Star Wars flash drives from Mimoco, Adata supplies a bevy of entertaining wallpapers starring these little guys.

Ironically, even though Adata has many football (er, soccer for U.S. readers) powerhouses represented -- including Argentina, Brazil, and Germany -- neither Spain nor the Netherlands are in the mix. Other countries available now: Italy, Korea, Mexico, and the United States. Maybe Adata will expand its lineup to include the new winner, too.

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