These super artsy USB flash drives called “Empty Memory” from designers Yoo-Kyung Shin and Hanhsi Chen are both beautiful pieces of tech art and a celebration of how far we’ve come with memory technology. Packing a respectable 4gb of space into the tiny region located just behind the plug, the rest of the drive is designed to draw attention to empty space with either transparent material or a sculptural cage. Remember when flash drives actually used to be that big? Crazy. It’s a clever idea, though perhaps a bit extreme with a $75 per-drive price tag.
- This extremely expensive pen is gaudy as all get out, designed by Stallone
- This even more expensive phone is less functional than most $30 phones
- And this pen costs a million dollars — because why not?
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