Why give your computer a boring compact USB drive when you can offer it a delicious bagel drive packed with high quality bytes direct from Bubke’s bakery? This USB 2.0 flash drive available in 1GB and 512MB capacities, includes technical support by Tanta, the wired bubbe herself. While not certified Kosher, all but the most observant should find it acceptable, given that epoxy schmeer is parve.
The bagel itself is perfectly natural – you’ll be hard pressed to leave it to your laptop and not take a bite out of it yourself. As you can see, it plugs easily into any available USB slot, only blocking 5 or 6 neighboring slots (depending on your machine’s configuration).
But I’m sorry to say, that I am unable to give the drive a perfect review. As you can see, the Bagel Drive has a generous layer of cream cheese. But where’s the lox? Talk about cheap. It just isn’t a bagel without a nice layer of Nova Scotia lox (and I’m not talking that pink colored lox schmeer – I want the real thing, and so does my computer).
And if your computer is on a diet? Oy vey. The drive uses the FAT file system! Would it really hurt the data to use the NTFS (Not too fat system) instead?
But I’m being picky. Give your computer a Bagel Drive. It will impress your friends. It will really mess with the heads of the TSA security people when you travel with it. That alone is worth the $24.95.