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Seagate DeLorean: World's priciest hard drive?

$250 for 500... gigawatts?!?

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Spin up this Flash Rods model DeLorean stainless steel hard drive car and go back to the future with MBs costing seven times more than they need to.

The 1:18 scale model is a glorious rendition of John DeLorean's DMC-12 auto-dream re-envisioned as the Back To The Future car with its Flux Capacitor. It comes with "with 50's style moon discs and… Mr Fusion reactor".

Seagate Delorean drive

There is a 500GB Seagate hard drive inside with a USB connector built into the back of this model motoring marvel. It costs $250, 6.94 times more expensive than the same capacity Seagate disk price of $36.00 on the net. Awesome. ®

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