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Yes! It's the jellybean USB Flash drive

Internet Security Threat Report 2014

Definitely an add-on to keep well away from young kids, it's the jelly bean USB Flash drive from Hong Kong-based Brando - though the company reckons its more like a pill than a sweetie.

Brando USB Flash drive 'pill'

Available in a choice of red, yellow or green, the 2GB drive measures roughly 6.5 x 2 x 2cm. Brando wants $35 (£26/€18) a pill, so buying enough to fill a jar - not included - could set you back a bob or two. But then you'd always have a USB Flash drive when you needed one...

And if you did swallow? We're sure the pill will survive its alimentary adventure unscathed, though we wouldn't relish cleaning it afterward. Wolf down a curry and it'd be out in... er... a Flash.

Brando USB Flash drive 'pill'

Buy as many as you like from Brando's website.

Internet Security Threat Report 2014

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