The Data Clip Organizes Your Virtual and Physical Documents

By: Michael Hines - Published: Aug 1, 2011 • References: technabob
The Data Clip is a paperclip data stick designed by renowned Japanese design house Nendo for Japanese tech company Elecom.

Normal flash drives are stuffed in drawers or dressers (at least in my home) when not in use which leads to them getting lost, usually around the time you need them most. The Data Clip would be nearly loss-proof provided you used it to clip papers and other important documents together. The Data Clip will come in a variety of colors, feature password protection and have 4GB of memory. The data stick is being released in Japan currently and while there is no word on it penetrating the North American market, it is something that can be universally appreciated. Stats for Paperclip Data Sticks Trending: Older & Chilly
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