The Legends of MIMOBOT Series features icons, geniuses, and stars of the human race. Leading off the initiative, and in collaboration with the Albert Einstein Estate, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and GreenLight, is the Einstein™ x MIMOBOT line of up to 64GB flash drives. The Einstein™ x MIMOBOT drives come preloaded with bonus Mimory™ and the MimoDesk™ personalization suite of Einstein-themed wallpapers, icons, and avatars. With his signature bushy hair and mustache, Einstein™ MIMOBOT reveals his lighthearted side when you remove his cap, exposing the USB plug and Einstein's playful pose with tongue sticking out. Launch date: 2012.
MIMOMICRO™ can be used as a USB flash drive with interchangeable microSD memory cards, and also functions as a microSD card reader to transport data between mobile phones, tablets, e-readers, digital cameras, and mp3 players to one's computer. "MIMOMICRO™ boasts three dimensional sculpted characters and the first in a series of vehicles. MIMOMICRO's cap-free design with flip-out USB plug also includes a built-in keychain and LED indicator light. Measuring a mere 1.6" H x 1.0" W in its compact form factor, MIMOMICRO™ lives up to its name," Clint Weiler, PR for mimoco llc, told TDmonthly. Launch date: March 2012.
MIMOBOT Designer USB Flash Drives are little friendly data fiends. Teens and adults can feed the 2" monsters all their essential data (tunes, pics, presentations, docs, etc.) and transport files in style wherever they go. Mimobots are available in 1GB, 2GB, 4GB and 8GB capacities, produced in limited editions, are hi-speed USB 2.0, compatible with both Mac and Windows. "Mimobots lead the creative revolution in personal electronic accessories and functional designer toys - truly a marriage of art and technology!" Nicole Rosano, PR manager for Mimoco, told TDmonthly.
This designer USB flash drive is available in 1-, 2- and 4-gigabyte models that come preloaded with Star Wars content, including screensavers, wallpapers and avatars. Respective MSRPs for the different memory capacities are $49.95, $69.95 and $109.95.
rayD8 (who glows in the dark!) is a member of the mimobot Core Series 2, designed for mimoco by Dino Alberto in a limited edition of 2,000 units. Pick one up today and, in addition to the Core Series 2 animations, games and more, you'll get the premiere issue of mimoco's mimoZine™ Digital Magazine.
Galacula is a member of the mimobot Core Series 2, designed for mimoco by Dino Alberto in a limited edition of 2,000 units. Pick one up today and, in addition to the Core Series 2 animations, games and more, you'll get the premiere issue of mimoco's mimoZine™ Digital Magazine.
Designed by Undoboy, a member of the Spear Collective, Queen is one of the newest entries to the Artist Series '07. As comfortable at a fashion show as she is at the World Series of Poker, Queen comes preloaded with lots of digital goodies straight from the Spear Collective, and for a limited time, the all-new Mimozine digital magazine.
Giggles, Flippy and Mole are the three cute woodland creatures in this series. Each character is available in 1GB, 2GB and 4GB capacities and comes preloaded with bonus digital content, including a Happy Tree Friends video, screensavers, sound bytes and more. Each character is available in either a “Happy” version or a “Gory” version. The suggested retail price is between $55 and $145. Launch date: July 25, 2007.
Nine amnesiac refugees from planet Blõôh have arrived on Earth. Designed by Dino Alberto, the Core Series 2 advances the original Mimobots’ storyline and gives adopters insight into life on Blõôh through interactive, preloaded digital content. All Core Series 2 characters are available in 1GB to 4GB capacities. The suggested retail price is between $55 and $115. Launch date: July 25, 20007.
The first in the Star Wars Series 1 limited edition mimobot collection, Darth Vader comes in 1-, 2- and 4-gigabyte capacities and is preloaded with bonus removable Star Wars mimobot content, including trailers, soundbites, avatars and wallpapers. The designer USB flash drive was produced in collaboration with Lucasfilm Ltd. Only 2,500 to 3,500 will be made per character. MSRP: 1GB $69.95, 2GB $99.95, 4GB $149.95. Launch date: April 2007.
Children and adults can spruce up their keychain, purse or backpack with the Protohoodie Keychain Accessory. This soft and furry hoodie-suit protects beloved mimobots and the USB flash drives they carry, providing a fun and easy way to tote them around. It comes in white, silver, black, red, pink and blue, and costs only $5 when purchased with an Artist Series mimobot. Launch date: October 2006.
A computer device cleverly disguised as a monster, these limited-edition designer flash drives make collecting data ultra-chic. All mimobots have their own personalities and hobbies. They come in well-designed, attractive packaging along with some fun stuff, such as wallpapers, already stored on the drive. Compatible with Mac and Windows, mimobots come in 256MB, 512MB, 1GB, 2GB and 4GB versions ($44.95, $54.95, $79.95, $119.95 and $169.96, respectively). “You’re getting a piece of art and … something that’s loaded with content,” Evan Blaustein, founder and CEO of mimoco, told TDmonthly. And mimobots are not easily misplaced. “A lot of people lose their flash drives,” he said, but “this is your flash drive and it’s your little friend.”
Mimobots are little friendly data fiends that hold essential data, such as tunes, pictures, or presentations. The 2" monsters transport files via flash memory drives that also come preloaded with bonus removable content such as animation, games and music. Mimobots are produced in limited editions and are available in capacities ranging from 256MB to 4GB. They are hi-speed USB 2.0 and compatible with both Mac and Windows. The 2006 mimobot Artist Series delivers crisp characters created by influential artists representing a cross-section of pop art genres. Pictured here is Betty-Lou, designed by Lili Chin, co-creator of the Warner Brothers hit show Mucha Lucha! Only 500 were produced and she runs from $49.95 to $144.95, depending on flash memory size. Launch date: Late 2005.