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WWF Endangered Species USB sticks

WWF Endangered Species USB memory sticksThe World Wildlife Fund (the WWF) has launched a boxset of USB memory keys in the shape of animals it's fundraising to protect.

The USB flash drives come in capacities from 1GB to 8GB with each set containing a panda, a polar bear and a penguin.

Produced by Active Media, a US company that produces novelty designs including an Obama USB memory key, 5 percent of the sale price of the WWF Endangered Species boxsets will go to the charity. The 1GB set will cost $25.95, the 4GB trio will cost $45.95 and the 8GB will be $74.95.

The WWF Endangered Species sets are available immediately from Amazon.com, with full details of the campaign given at www.worldwildlife.org.

Active Media says it will donate a minimum of £25,000 a year to WWF.

See also: The world's weirdest USB designs

WWF Endangered Species USB memory sticks

 

WWF Endangered Species USB memory sticks

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