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“Nailed” Memory Stick – Stop: Hammer Time!

by Karen M.
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The “nailed” memory stick makes it look like you got very frustrated with your computer, and in a fit of rage, hammered a nail into it. It sends a much different message than, say, storing your data in a chicken wing.

This is the first product from plankton, a new design company based in the Netherlands. The USB stick is made of polyurethane and iron and has a 1 GB memory capacity.

This doohickey will set you back €29,50 (a little over $46 in the U.S.A.) You can buy your own from plankton, and make the guy in the next cubicle think you’re a whole lot tougher than you really are… in case some of your other flash drives have made him think you’ve gone soft.




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Comments (2):

  1. Aroinak says:

    Awesome! Now I just need a spare $50 to waste on a nail for my comp… hm…..

  2. 8gb sdhc says:

    A memory card is used in almost all media devices. Today, a lot of compressed file formats are available to help us store more on one memory card. The point of storing data from either your camera or cell phone to the memory card is so that when the time comes, you can easily transfer the data to the system or better still, you can store the data on that tiny little device. One should always ensure to take a back-up of some sort, just in case something goes wrong. However there is no need to get crushed if no back up is available. At such times use a 8gb sdhc recovery software to redeem your pictures.

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