Don’t you just hate it when you’re out and you need to save a file but forgot your USB drive? While there are some out there diligent enough to keep a USB flash drive on their keychain, not everyone does so which makes this GIGS.2.GO concept so much more interesting. Designed by Kurt Rampton and the BOLTgroup, GIGS.2.GO is a credit card-sized set of USB drives whose casings are made from 100% post-consumer molded paper pulp, allowing the user to label each drive accordingly. As you can see in the image above, there are four USB drives attached and to use one, all the user would have to do is tear it off. We can only imagine how handy this will be when it comes to meetings or classes where you find yourself in the need to save files to take home. We’re not sure if you will be able to purchase GIGS.2.GO, but it is a pretty cool idea and should fit in most wallets or purses – what do you guys think?
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