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Diamond-Studded Adamant Flash Drive

Mar 20, 2008
If you need a nice gift idea for your special someone, the Adamant 16GB drive can fit the bill. Limited to 50 pieces it has three diamonds, a yellow gold body and a sleek black box. But you should know that such a luxury flash drive will cost you 5, 650 dollars!
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