USB Post-it Are Damn Handy

Where is the scribble paper when you need it? Never ever around; and the same thing goes for pen and other stationery items! Not all of us are as organized as the Virgos who have prim-n-proper workspaces. Hence, a USB stick with a notepad to it is an AWESOME idea! Details like a plastic cover to keep the notes contained really impress me. I wonder if this will mean the demise of notepapers, or is this Digilog Memory the second generation already?

Designer: Soon-won Kim

Digilog Memory – USB Stick With Notepad by Soon-won Kim

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23 Comments

  • Paulius says:

    FFS, guys!
    the idea suck!

    1 you always have your phone with you, so you can put it on the loudspeaker and use notepad there.
    2 item itself it bulky. It means, blocking precious USB ports. (i have internet adapter which is 2cm wide, but it blocks any port to it’s left or right.
    3. it must be variable thickness(to suite the thickness of a notebook/laptop) in order to use it for long. Otherwise it will snap.
    You could say: “you can disconnect USB from laptop and then write”. Well, yes, but in order to disconnect usb right(E.g. not looking any data), it takes ages! during that time, you would have plenty of time to find actual Paper post-it, or open a wordpad on laptop.

    I rest my case.

  • Nice idea but I’m not sure it would do your USB port much good to be exerting downward pressure on it on a regular basis. 🙂

  • Paul Gibbs says:

    It would make more sense to have a E-ink display. It could then display a large number of different lists or e-books.

  • Paul Gibbs says:

    It would make more sense to have a E-ink display. It could then display a large number of different lists or e-books.

  • Blarg says:

    it's a nice idea but i know i wont be pulling out my USB to check for a note and if its computer related save a note file to your usb then open it up later.

  • Blarg says:

    it's a nice idea but i know i wont be pulling out my USB to check for a note and if its computer related save a note file to your usb then open it up later.

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