Russian design company Art Lebedev created a disposable USB drive called ‘flashkus’, made from a cardboard.
The flashkus sticks come in sets of four, divided by perforations which make them easy to tear off and use. When you’re in need of storing or sharing data, just simply rip off one of the flash drives. They come in 4GB, 8GB or 16GB, the paper surface allows you to hand-write labels on the drives.
This product is not yet available (according to the source).
It looks great! What I wonder about is above mentioned marketing as “disposable”.
Such cardboard USB-Sticks would probably be rather (Especially when looking at the capacity) expensive to produce. Or am I just living with the deception that paying 6 Euros for 4 GB is alright?