Earlier today a little viral care package showed up on the doorstep here at Reject HQ. We’re not exactly sure who it came from, but we have our suspicions — it came from somewhere that no man has ever gone before. But enough with the jokes, enclosed in Star Trek themed the care package was a credit card sized USB device. And as you can see from the image above, it is a small card with a little baby Spock on it. Cute, right?

The story gets better. We popped the USB device into our main control center and came to find out that not only is this card one of only 100 such cards, but that it also contained three sets of desktop wallpapers from the upcoming Star Trek film directed by J.J. Abrams. On top of that, the desktop wallpapers are awesome, as you can see below. So instead of being greedy with these gifts, we thought that we’d share them with all of you. Below you will find a series of links where you can download each wallpaper at whatever resolution you so desire.

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As these cards continue to get out into the wild, other websites have begun to publish more of these awesome wallpapers. We will do our best to keep a list below, so stay tuned:

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