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Sometimes the simplest ideas are the best ones, and TrekStor’s USB Flash drive with integrated bottle opener is sure to win acclaim from storage geeks and boozers alike.

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TrekStor's USB Stick CO: stores data and opens bottles

The USB Stick CO will not only quench your storage thirst with its 25MB/s read speed and 12 MB/s write speed, but is also sure to have you sipping suds at your desk thanks to the bottle opener that’s built into the device’s brushed aluminium housing.

A USB 2.0 connector port features at the sober end of the device and drinkers storage fans can pick the unit up in 1, 2, 4, 8 and 16 bottle packs GB capacities.

The USB Stick CO stick is available online, with prices ranging between €7 (£5/$9) and €50 (£40/$70).

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