Tear And Share USB

I love the fun and interactive element given to the GIGS.2.GO, which is a credit-card-sized pack of USB flash drives, with “Tear – and – Share” technology. You just need to tear off a tab and take the handy USB Drive on the go with you! Crafted essentially from 100% post-consumer molded paper pulp, this economical, credit-card-sized data pack is fantastic!

You can even write on the tab directly and label the drive!

Designers: Kurt Rampton and BOLTgroup

46 Comments

  • Sved says:

    http://www.artlebedev.com/everything/flashkus/

    A similar concept by Art Lebedev, some time ago

  • alc says:

    that one had been already designed by artlebedev team

  • Logan says:

    It seems as though no one realizes that there can be more than one way of making everything. Literally every single thing on your desk right now has another company that makes the same thing with a different design or feature. No one points out that this design specifically uses recycled material where as the Artlebedev flash drive concept doesn’t seem to specify as anything other than cardboard.

  • Andy says:

    Also interesting

  • very interesting…we would like more information about it.
    Thank you very much

  • Anne says:

    Where can I buy some??

  • Adam Climie says:

    Doesn’t this concept simply promote electronic waste?
    Why is using recycled material that will not last as long as plastics or metals be better than traditional USB casings?
    Recycled materials use huge amounts of energy in their production.

    I would approach the topic very differently -Electronic waste is the issue, so why not design a long-lasting case and have the internal memory replaceable once it is outdated or broken? the actual material used on the PCB and electronics will be minimal compared to the external volume of the casing.

  • Cheryl says:

    Where can I buy these?

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