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Charmed by Philips' latest Active Crystals USB drives

Thomas Ricker, @trixxy
August 13, 2008
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Ok, you've really gone and put us in a twist this time Philips. The he-man editors of Engadget haven't exactly been wooed by Philips' lineup of Active Crystals USB drives slathered in Swarovski excess. Then again, we're not their target audience. Somehow though, these new 2GB Happy Laura and Naughty Raymond USB drive robots make us want to titter coyly with demure fingertips pressed lightly to our pouty mouths. But for €150 (about $223), we won't.

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Read -- Happy Laura




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