Flash Drive Reimagined As Tiny Yamaha Piano [Pics]

Flash Drive Reimagined As Tiny Yamaha Piano [Pics]

Korean designer uses the iconic musical instrument to create a way to store music.

Emma Hutchings
  • 14 june 2013

Developed by Korean designer Jaemin Jaeminlee, the Yamaha Piano Clip reinterprets the USB flash drive as a miniature piano. The design combines the purpose behind the Yamaha brand and the capabilities of a memory drive to hold music.

Flash Drive Reimagined As Tiny Yamaha Piano [Pics]

Around the same size as a conventional USB flash drive, the small device isn’t capable of containing a large amount of data. However, it could hold a number of photos or video footage, and would be perfect for storing some of your favorite songs.

The USB flash drive reminiscent of a small piano has been rendered in a variety of colors including red, blue, purple, black, white and silver. Click through to see images of Jaeminlee’s design:

Jaemin Jaeminlee

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