Verbatim’s Clip-It USB Drive Wins Design Award
There’s been USB drives made in every color and every shape, disguised as anything you can think of, but mostly as objects normal people wouldn’t consider storing data on. Most of these come from Asia and they’re crazier than you can imagine: USB drives disguised as shrimp and other seafood, as a human thumb, and a coffee cup.
I could see the coffee cup being useful, and I can actually see Verbatim’s new line of Clip-it USB drives also being useful due to their small size and ability to disappear until they’re needed. They can be clipped to business cards, sleeves, your tie, or pretty much anywhere else.
The 2GB version costs $12 and the 4GB clip is $15, they both come in seven color and have won a red dot Design Award for ingenuity.