Skip to comments.Pure Gold USB Memory Stick from the Middle East
Posted on 10/22/2011 6:54:06 PM PDT by TigerLikesRooster
Pure Gold USB Memory Stick from the Middle East
October 17th 2011 | Posted in Gadgets
Having just written about the nearly million dollars that a Kate Moss statue in gold sold for, its almost as if yellow Gold just came back into fashion. What else can explain this pure gold USB memory drive from Jamil Pure Gold ?
Its not the first USB memory stick in a gold bar form, but it is definitely the first one to be made from 24 karat gold that is 999.9 percent pure gold leaf. Also, unlike the memory sticks of yore , this one is actually functional since it has the requisite 32 GB of memory (a 4 GB version is also available). All older designs were mostly 1 or 2 gigs a-piece and pretty much outdated. Jamil set out to create a luxury USB stick, and it seems that they have taken this mantra to heart. For even inside the stick, the USB is covered by high quality wood for protection a part that you would never get to see and merely a testament to the high quality and standards that Jamil has promised in this luxuriously-designed memory stick.
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Hey, Khadaffy had a gold pistol, why shouldn’t I have a gold memory stick?
I’d buy that fer a dollar!
I say a good proof reader is worth their weight in gold.
Gold leaf over wood? Let me guess, these things sell for a thousand bucks and cost $50 to make?
Says it weighs a little more than half an oz.
Doubt it costs $50.......
Another reason for someone to steal your data.
$52 per gram, and a sheet of gold leaf weighs .023 grams, or a gold value of $1.20. The entire device - IE: the USB drive, the wood covering and the gold leaf, weighs a total of 1/2 ounce. I was being very generous in saying it cost $50 to manufacture.
I apologize. Did not see that it was gold leaf. What a crock. Damn, I wanted a pure gold bar with a usb drive...
We call that four 9's pure. In my business we require seven 9's purity.
Sure but the 9’s are supposed to be after the decimal point.
Go to the link and you can read the ad and see that there they advertise “99.99% 24K pure Gold”
It’s a typo
You're correct , on 2nd look.
My seven 9's would look like 99.99999 % pure.
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