USB Flash drives made from sticks

October 24, 2008

Companies are making USB Flash drive and housing them in odd materials.  In the span of 24 hours I’m seeing the USB Flash Drives in compressed recycled paper and the strangest is inside sticks.
The one’s pictured here are made from silver birch which are grown in Berkshire, England.  I haven’t read anything about this being blessed by the Forestry Stewardship Council (FSC certified), so I don’t know how environmentally friendly this is.  They certainly are weird looking.  They cost £17.50 including delivery. There’s more information about these at the Flashsticks website.


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