Rip and Tear Gigabytes To Go
Burning CDs is slow and impractical when at a clients site.Â In addition, who wants to leave behind their 16GB flash drive with a mix of personal and professional information?Â With that said, we designed a small pack of drives we could tear and use when needed.Â Since we travel and present files to clients this gives us an easy, inexpensive and creative way to leave files with the client.
The design lends itself to the old-school flyers you’d see around town for a local band playing at a pub or someone looking to offer odd-job services.Â The physical form factor says it all…quick, easy, here-ya-go.
Each pack of four is recycled paper used as it’s chassis/case and COB memory and USB connector (Chip On Board) for the memory.Â Each tab is perforated for easy tear and use functionality.
The designer Kurt Rampton of Bolt Group offers the drives in a couple different sizes so check their site for more details.
Tags: drive, recycle, usb
Kicking around in technology since 2002. I like to write about technology products and ideas, but at the consumer level understanding. Some tech, but not too techie.