This retrotastic 3d printed robot has a slot for a USB pen drive. Print in full color or neon plastic. We also offer a more durable metal version in our shop suitable for keyrings.
Fits kingston DTSe9 usb pendrive (not included) http://www.amazon.com/Kingston-Digital-DataTraveler-DTSE9H-16GBZET/dp/B00DYQYITG . Place a dab of resin glue on the end of the pen drive and insert in the slot to assemble. This little guy was made with Dr Fluffs Robot Factory, a mobile application that allows you to create your own objects for 3d printing. www.thinkerthing.com