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Cool Stuff: Folderix Flash Drive

@ May 19, 2012

Ever see something and wonder why nobody thought of it years ago? The first commercially available flash drive hit the market in 2000, which is over a decade ago. (Sorry, we feel old, too.)

The first flash drives held a whopping 8 megabytes, which back in the day was an insane amount of data. Nowadays we can eat up 8 MB filming a 45-second video of our cat. Anyhoo, the point is, flash drives were designed to be like portable file folders. So why did it take this long for someone to make flash drives like these?

The Folderix Flash Drive looks just like a tiny file folder icon and is a delightfully meta way to carry around your files. Just pop it into your computer, move the digital files into your yellow, blue, or purple folder, and take it on the road wherever you go. There's even enough room on top if you want to use a fine-tipped Sharpie to write down what's inside. Each Folderix Flash Drive holds 4 GB of your folder-worthy data.

Technical Details:
  • Flash drive looks like a tiny file folder icon
  • Delightfully meta way to carry around your files
  • Compatible with any computer with USB drive
  • Capacity: 4 GB
  • Choose: Yellow, Blue, Purple
(vía: ThinkGeek)

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