Soviet USB Stick


Actually, a more appropriate term would be USB brick. With USB sticks getting smaller every day, Russians thought they’d swim against the current and create a giant memory stick.

Featuring a giant wooden case, an on/off switch, a cooling fan, and, of course, a USB drive, the Soviet USB drive is able to store up to 4 Gb of data , and no, it’s not USB 3. But it does rival a vacuum cleaner, as far as noise is concerned.

Check out the photos and the video at the bottom.



via habrahabr

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