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Tear Off Flash Drives Offer Memories-To-Go

GIGS2GO is a small set of four 'disposable' storage devices made from post-consumer paper.

Emma Hutchings
Emma Hutchings on April 2, 2013.

GIGS2GO is a small set of ‘Tear and Share’ USB drives, about the same size as a credit card, that can be torn off and used or handed out to others. Yanko Design notes that the four-pack of thumb drives is made from 100% post-consumer molded paper pulp with no plastic.

Eco-Friendly Flash Drives Fit Inside Your Wallet

You can tear off an individual 1GB drive like a phone number on a flyer for a cat-sitter. Designed by Kurt Rampton and BOLTgroup, the drives allow for quick, on-the-go data transfer of large files that can’t be emailed.

Eco-Friendly Flash Drives Fit Inside Your Wallet

They are suited to business meetings, video/music sharing, portfolios, etc. The pack could be kept inside your wallet to enable them to be shared quickly and they can be easily labelled with a marker pen.

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