verbatim paper clip USB verbatim paper clip USB
sep 27, 2010

verbatim paper clip USB

verbatim is merging the digital office with the paper office in their new ‘clip-it’ USB drive which combines digital storage with the functionality of a paper clip. the new device was designed by arman emami and allows users to easily clip the drive onto papers holding them together and storing digital information. the USB key is available in black, white, yellow, green, pink, blue and orange with capacities of 2 GB and 4 GB. for now the new drive will only be available in europe.

via engadget

  • Multifunctional devices are cool.

    Dan says:
  • great idea!

    milkak says:
  • These are wicked! I can see myself losing them though!

    Jefferson Pires says:
  • thanks..
    so good
    is the designer iranian?!(arman emami)

    gh gh says:
  • really awesome, good concept.
    Dislike the logo and the symbols

    lucas PT says:
  • only in Europe? boo!

    Forgive my ignorance but won’t having the little metal bits exposed reduce the life of the stick? (scratches and stuff reducing the ability to read it?)

    love the design though, USB sticks of any kind are just genius, they deserve more attention if you ask me!

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    Textual Thoughts says:
  • Arman Emami is German. [url=]Click here [/url]to see his website.

    Anaska | says:

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