The electronic components that go into a thumbdrive have gotten so tiny that designers are able to exercise a great deal more freedom when it comes to developing them aesthetically. The Banana USB Stick is a prime example of just how creative one can get, formally turning the data storage device into something else.
Ji Guk Hwan encased the techie parts within a whitish body that mimics the edible part of a familiar tropical fruit. Around this is a cover that appears to be made of a flexible material like silicone, emulating the peel of a banana in shape, color and pliability. Pull back the bright yellow flaps of the Banana USB Stick to gain access to the metal head.
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