USB 2 USB, And More….

OMG, where have you been USB2USB? All the times that I had to go through the pain of transferring photographs and files from one card to another via the computer! What a hassle! Imagine the freedom to transfer directly from one USB or SD card to another without the via media. If only this wasn’t a concept and a reality, boy would our geeky lives become easier to share.

Being only 3 millimeters thick, USB2USB fits easily into your wallet. It is equipped with an OLED touchscreen, an SD card slot, and two USB connectors. This device can read almost all popular types of external memory cards and flashdrives in the market. Users only need to plug in the external cards or flashdrives to view the files and folders. Then they can browse the contents of the USB flashdrive and a preview of the selected file will be displayed on the background of the touchscreen display. The files can be transferred or copied by using its drag-and-drop function. The USB connectors, which come with flexible rubberized wires that integrate with the shape of the device, are detachable when in use. This device can be charged directly using the USB connector.

The USB2USB is a 2012 red dot award: design concept winner.

Designers: Saharudin Busri, Mohd Nizam Najmuddin, Mohd Rohaizam Mohd Tahar, Nuzairi Yasin & Nazjimee Amat Omar for MIMOS Berhad


  • Allen Miller says:

    I would live to get one of these….

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  • David Khoo says:

    When is it gonna be in production. Excellent design. Congratulations! Keep up the good work!

  • Anthony says:

    I have to say I’m not convinced this would be marketable when majority of people have smart phones. More likely would be a dual port USB OTG dongle for smartphone. That said, if the display were perhaps something like epaper and you could protect the contacts when not in use.. and used something like inductive charging or could tap power perhaps from a USB OTG enabled device.. then perhaps.. maybe..

    I dunno.. I’m just not sure why you’d want to go for yet another device with a screen when you likely already have a tablet, a mobile etc. that’s capable of performing these functions, but it just needs the physical connector side of things. Ok.. the Apple platform would make it hard as they don’t like people dealing with “files” rather they want people thinking of apps with storage exclusively in the cloud.. but other mobile platforms aren’t so file phobic.

    I will say there is certainly room for the world of “Brando” style USB gadgets to get some professional design aesthetic applied to them.

  • Hindenberg says:

    This is the product I needed.It’s excellent.

  • Ikram says:

    could i order one, because i need it

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