The size of the actual hardware necessary to store several gigabytes of information is remarkably small, allowing electronics manufacturers a little freedom to bulk up the case of the drive. You wouldn't want your USB stick to be so little that you'd lose it. The Art Lebedev Studio had a bit of fun with the making of the Folderix Flash Drive, developing a sleek container that puts other novelty data keys to shame.
A thickened rectangular form was chosen to act as a cover for the delicate parts within, which was then wrapped with a burnished metal around one smoothened edge. A tiny tab escapes from one side of the shiny colorful shell giving the Folderix Flash Drive the clever appearance of a portfolio symbol found on the desktop of your computer.
Document-Shaped Data Storage
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The Folderix Flash Drive Takes the Form of the File Icons Inside
Published: Nov 15, 2011 • References: artlebedev