From coins to keys to gewgaws, we dig LaCie's multiple takes on the flash drive for their sheer variety of forms and amount of thought they've put into the devices. The coins in particular make the perfect currency metaphor for data, with the numerical capacity indicated on its face, and we love the way the interface emerges from the housing:
Then they've got this little 69-ish DataShare device, which cleverly recycles your old SD cards:
Each side uses an SD card inserted into its slot as its storage, and it's broken into two halves--distinctly different red and white--so you can keep your personal data on one, and public data on the other.
Their diminutive MosKeyto drive has to be the smallest USB-anything we've ever seen:
The super-tough metal alloy XtremKey has a nice, manly screw-unscrew form factor with an O-ring inside, making it watertight:
The coins and the keys are pretty self-explanatory, but we'll include a couple of beauty shots here. Nice work, LaCie.