Pasha De Cartier USB Memory Stick

We have seen many different USB memory sticks in the past from solid gold with diamonds to a diamond encrusted Swiss Army knife but never one produced by a renowned jeweller. Cartier have produced one as part of its Pasha collection which was designed in 1989 by the acclaimed horologue GĂ©rald Genta who also takes credit for designing the Patek Philippe Nautilus, the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak and the Omega Constellation collections. The Pasha was named after the Pasha of Marrakech. This USB memory stick is made of brushed palladium and has a silk draw string, it also has the same numbers as the bezel of the Pasha watches (10, 20, 30 etc…) engraved around it. It has a capacity of one gigabyte.