The Recycle USB flash drive you see here is on Mother Nature’s side, as the entire exterior case is made up of recycled newspaper. Unfortunately, INF Import did not care to mention just how much storage space it holds, so hopefully they’ll come in a wide range instead of being limited at just 2GB or 4GB. I suppose once you have no use for this (or left it to swim in the washing machine by accident), there is no harm in throwing this away at the nearby recycling center since it adheres to the “dust to dust” concept.
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