Price: $299.95 + $4.99 S&H.
Offer comes with: hot-swappable USB bus powered portable hard drive containing a digital copy of ever issue of Playboy Magazine from its first issue in 1953 through its last issue in 2009. 30-day 100% Money-Back Guarantee included.
Did you ever have that one kid in your neighborhood that you would pretend to be friends with and fake an interest in his hobbies so your friends could steal his parents' Playboys when he wasn't looking? Neither did I (:-D) but, wow, imagine how much harder it would have been to steal them if every issue was sitting on a little jump drive. Even cooler, imagine how much easier it would have been to hide them if you could have every issue on one portable hard drive.
With the Playboy Hard Drive, Hugh Hefner had a team thinking with their heads...and with our best interests in mind.
The Playboy Hard Drive is a digital archive of all the first 57 years of Playboy Magazine. Every episode, every issue in (we believe) high resolution images and all together in one slim, sleek portable hard drive that use a USB connection to hot-swap into you computer.
According to official product site, the Playboy Hard Drive digital archive comes with the following features:
- Portable 250 GB USB Hard Drive, engraved with the Playboy Logo.
- Mini USB to USB cable
- 1 Year Warranty
Here are the specs for the Playboy Hard Drive:
- Hard Disk Drive: 5" L x 3" W x .5" H
- Interface: Hi-Speed USB 2.0 and 1.1
- Capacity: 250GB
- Spindle Speed: 5,400 RPM
- Performance: Up to 480Mb/second
- Power: USB Bus Powered (no AC adapter required)
And can be used on machines that run operating systems as old as Windows XP Service Pack 2 or Mac OSX 10.3.9 or later. For a full run of specs, check out official product site BunnyArchive.com.
If you have that little USB converter so you can use USB devices on the iPad, then you should be able to see the PlayBoy Hard Drive on your iPad.
You're kidding, right? I guess one complaint is that the issues don't come with the centerfold's phone number and twitter names. You'll have to get them the old-fashioned way: Google them :-P. Or maybe that they aren't in 3-D or something and if you try to kiss the pages you stick up the monitor, but you know what, you'll have to make due.
But, yes, we did do a little digging and found no issues with the ordering process. Nothing in the typical complaint sites and discussion forums. Go figure, the Playboy delivered.
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