Bruce Lee pioneered the martial arts movie genre, developed his own style of martial arts called Jeet Kune Do, and introduced the discipline, power, and speed of martial arts to the western world. Now, Bruce Lee is, quite literally, the most kick-ass MIMOBOT flash drive ever made. This battle tested Bruce Lee MIMOBOT has the tiger claw cuts, yellow tracksuit, and matching nunchucks, and the suave determination that made the Legend himself so iconic. The bad guys won’t get near your data, not if Bruce Lee MIMOBOT has something to say about it.
Bruce Lee MIMOBOT is the 2nd in Mimoco’s Legends of MIMOBOT series, a series devoted to celebrating those great figures of history and pop-culture who have changed the game, leveled the playing field, and succeeded in doing every other sports metaphor you could possibly think of.
When Einstein MIMOBOT was released earlier this year, people said, ‘Wow!’, ‘Great!’, and, ‘That’s awesome, but they’ll never do it again!’. Those people were wrong. Because we did do it again. And we aren’t even finished.
So get your hands on up to 64GBs of Kung Fu madness! With soundbytes from Bruce Lee’s classic movies and exclusive pre-loaded MIMO-content, Bruce Lee MIMOBOT not only celebrates a Legend… it IS a Legend.
(Boston, MA – August 7, 2012) — Mimoco, creator of the MIMOBOT® line of designer USB flash drives and MIMOMICRO® card readers, is thrilled to release the second in the Legends of MIMOBOT series, Bruce Lee MIMOBOT. Featuring the icons, geniuses, and stars of the human race that have changed our world for the better, the Legends of MIMOBOT series debuted with the release of Einstein MIMOBOT in early 2012. Now, Bruce Lee MIMOBOT continues the series by transforming the most influential martial artist of all time into designer flash drives that hold up to 64GBs of data, and comes preloaded with bonus Mimory® such as MimoDesk™ personalization suite of Bruce Lee -themed wallpapers, icons, video, and avatars, and MimoByte™ sound software that plays sound clips each time Bruce Lee MIMOBOT is inserted or ejected from one’s computer. Read More >