nendo: data clip for elecom
‘data clip’ by nendo for elecom image courtesy of elecom
japanese studio nendo has designed the ‘data clip’ a USB key in the shape of a paperclip for elecom. the small data storage device can clip to a stack of documents, business cards or just keep all your important files together. the design aims to present a new relationship between daily life and digital data.
image courtesy of elecom
the device functions as a USB as well as a clip to hold important documents together image courtesy of elecom
demonstration of use photo by hiroshi iwasaki
the various colors of ‘data clips’ photo by hiroshi iwasaki
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