Mimoco's Legends of MIMOBOT Series has a wide range of characters in it, such as the Star Trek X line that was released back in November, and the Bruce Lee drive before that in August. Now the company has released its latest characters, these ones in honor of President's Day - George Washington and Abraham Lincoln USB flash drives.
Mimoco has unveiled its new line of Star Trek-themed MIMOBOT flash drives. The collection includes four Star Trek characters, with each flash drives coming pre-loaded with a variety of exclusive Star Trek Mimory content, which is said to include never-before-seen items. The drives are available now starting at $19.99.
It's time to get dangerous as the folks at Mimoco bring the most classic iteration of Bruce Lee to the world of fabulous USB sticks. This Legends of MIMOBOT addition is available in up to 64GB sizes and is officially licensed with Bruce Lee Enterprises - hot stuff! Just like the rest of the Legends series, this USB contains icons, avatars, wallpapers, and mimoByte sound software pre-loaded inside for your pleasure!
Following the Darth Vader Mimobot, the latest from Mimoco takes the form of Chewbacca. The limited edition of 2,500 will come preloaded with exclusive content from the films in 1G, 2G, and 4G sizes. Prices start at $80. Preorder now, but expect shipment in January.
Star Wars fans; here is something for you, Mimoco and Lucas Film partned up to bring Star Wars characters USB Flash Drive called Mimobot. Darth Vader is the first Star Wars Mimobot series 1. In the coming weeks, three more Star Wars characters will be revealed, all of which will be available in 1, 2 and 4GB capacities. Continuing the mimoco tradition of packing mimobots with exclusive content, the memory keys will come preloaded with bonus removable Star Wars materials ranging from avatars and wallpapers to videos and soundbites. Each character is produced in a limited edition of only 2,500 to 3,500 units. These officially licensed Star Wars mimobot Designer USB Flash Drives are the ultimate in form, function, and fan fashion. If you are in DigitalLife you can preorder them there or preorder them online at StarWarsShop.com and Mimoco.com. These drives priced from $79.95 to $169.95.
From the same folks that’ve brought your Star Wars USB stick Mimobots and Star Wars microUSB converters comes a new collection of mobile power chargers. These little beasts work with 5200mAh of power, meaning your iPhone - or similarly sized device - will be able to roll with three extra lifelines of power before you have to charge R2-D2 back up. You’ll also have fast-charge action with 2.1AMP right out the gate.
This week it's time to get goofy with a brand new set of updates to Mimoco's Uglydoll MIMOBOT Flash Drive collection - Big Toe included! The collection you're seeing here has the Big Toe character leading the way in this newly massive 128GB USB 3.0 stick set, each of these little monsters working not only as a storage stick on their own, but as a repository for a suite of wallpapers, icons, and avatars right out of the box! That's so cute it's sickening!
This may be the greatest day in history of themed flash drives. If you look back at every Star Wars movie made, one of the most iconic scenes is slave Princess Leia dressed up in that gold bikini in Return of the Jedi. That particular scene has been getting geeks fired up for decades. If you're a fan of the Star Wars theme mimobot flash drives from mimoco, you want to check out this new series.
The ever-expanding line of fabulously designed USB Flash Drives from Mimoco continues to get bigger with MIMOBOTS Batman and SDCC 2012 exclusive BANE from the upcoming blockbuster film The Dark Knight Rises! These two bots are being put out in anticipation of the film's July 20th release and come packed with special Mimory and mimoDesk suites of screensavers, wallpapers, and avatars galore. Both these bots and the newly announced Superman and Flash flashdrives (ironic greatness!) they'll be available in up to 64GB sizes!
The Mimoco Chewbacca MIMOMICRO microSD Card Reader may well be the tiniest piece of hardware we've ever reviewed here on SlashGear, and I do dare say the cutest as well. What we've got here is a Star Wars inspired microSD Card Reader coming straight from the folks who are now famous for creating the most excitingly vibrant USB flashdrives on the planet. Here instead of calling them Mimobots, they've called them MIMOMICRO due to their slightly changed functionality - and wouldn't you know it, they world just as fabulous!