Cardboard USB Sticks Are Convenient & Disposable

Cardboard USB Sticks Are Convenient & Disposable
Design

Art Lebedev studio has designed flash drives as customizable strips you can tear one off of when you need it that come in 4GB, 8GB or 16GB.

Emma Hutchings
  • 3 october 2012

Art Lebedev Studio, which brought us the USB safety pin, also designed these cardboard flash drives that come in strips and can be torn off when you need one.

Detachable Cardboard USB Sticks Are Convenient & Disposable

The cardboard USB sticks, or “Flashkus”, are detachable modules available in 4GB, 8GB or 16GB. To use them, simply tear along the perforation to remove a stick and upload your data to it. You can label or customize the USB drive with a pen and the convenient storage device is also disposable.

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