Disposable USB Drives for Sending Files Over Snail Mail

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Four tabs, made from recycled, molded paper pulp can be torn from a credit-card sized pack. You can tear off individual 1GB drives.
Designed by Kurt Rampton and BOLTgroup, the drives allow for quick, on-the-go data transfer of large files that can’t be emailed.
Sounds like a pretty good idea, cheap USB drives for sending files over regular mail. However the idea that you dispose off them after use is not precisely environmentally friendly?
If you ask me, they look durable enough to be reused by the receiver, in which case this indeed a great idea.



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