Thumbdrive and Wi-Fi hotspot cufflinks put a great disguise
What did you think you smuggled into a hub of sensitive data the last time you attempted a break in? A drive smelling of socks or a Wi-Fi hotspot shoved up the back of your shirt? These are all set to fail. What you need is the real thing. Something like the Thumbdrive and WI-Fi hotspots that these cufflinks are, is your recipe for a geeky break-in. This pair of Ravi Ratan cufflinks is made of rhodium-plated base metal and silver. All you need is accompanying software to get the Wi-Fi router set up. The storage space available is a mere 2GB, but that too can suffice.
So you have the style and utility, all on your sleeve, literally. What do you do? Cough up a wicked $ 250.