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USB Flash Drive Disguised As 35mm Film

USB Flash Drive Disguised As 35mm Film - The digital and film world collide to create a modern USB drive with a nostalgic twist.

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Digital Storage Devices

35mm USB Flash Drive

newfocus have given a USB flash drive an old school makeover by covering its modern exterior with a jacket made from an old 35mm film case.

The recycled 35mm film canisters house either a 2Gb or 4Gb USB flash drive and you can pick a specific film style to sit your USB drive in when you order.

The 2Gb USB drive is priced at £11.96 while the larger model will cost you £15.11.

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ShaunsPics 7 86 United Kingdom
23 Apr 2011 5:13PM
ill stick with real film thanks.

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pickles93 8 9 England
24 Apr 2011 11:13AM
I've made these before for a school project lol, it's easy just buy a cheap memory stick from argos or similar and get an old film canister and just work at it, cut a hole for the usb and then fill the canister to support the stick.
JJGEE 13 7.2k 18 England
24 Apr 2011 1:53PM

Quote:wouldn't be too hard to make your own I reckon.

But can you still buy the film to get the canisters ?
franken Plus
15 4.6k 4 United Kingdom
26 Apr 2011 8:34AM

Quote:wouldn't be too hard to make your own I reckon.
But can you still buy the film to get the canisters ?

Still plenty of film available.

davey_griffo 9 213 165 England
27 Apr 2011 10:07AM
By the time you've bought a film & a USB stick, you'll have spent as much if not more. Just buy one, if you're that interested!!
Personally, I think it looks rather bulky.
27 Apr 2011 7:19PM
Is this really the latest flash development?
27 Apr 2011 8:58PM
Totally printless... sorry pointless. Wink

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