Wonder how China will be able to pay for all that high-tech stuff from the opening ceremonies at the Beijing Summer Olympics? Aside from tickets, Lenovo has become the official drive designer/manufacturer. Their Limited Edition 4BG thumb drive is made from the same material as the torch and goes for a whopping $980.00. Their Mascot series of 4GB flash drives have a Fuwa image on the front and one has the logo. The set is available for a less expensive $199.99.
If you are really into the games and want a different perspective, visit Lenovo’s site for news, extreme coverage, and Medal Tracker.
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Samsung has been chosen as the official phone for the 2008 Olympics, so of course it will arrive in a Special Edition 18k gold. The P318+ will feature extras such as special wallpaper, ringtones, and video clips, and will display an Olypic stamp on the case. Although there are no details on price and/or availability, we know that John Tesh does the music for some of the Olympic festivities, so we are thinking that they should include him in at least one of the wallpaper choices. In our version he looks rather natty, don’t you think?
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