SolidAlliance Mnemosyne: 16GB Flash Drive hid inside a puzzle cube

SolidAlliance Japanese manufacturer is introducing you to their latest Memory stick, but it’s a weird one. Well, it’s not really ‘weird’ but I think it’s more about the uniqueness that no one else have before. SolidAlliance Mnemosyne, is a 16GB memory stick that has a super complex ‘cap’ to open before you can get access to your data inside the flash drive. Guess why? Well, it’s because of the cap is actually a puzzle cube!



To open the cap, it doesn’t require Einstein brain. All you need is a basic skills such in building LEGO tower or car or something else similar. Pretty easily when you’ve get through the puzzle once.

The most mind-blowing stuff is, this SolidAlliance Mnemosyne will cost you a whopping $10,000 to own one. This is certainly one of the most luxurious flash drive we have ever seen so far. Wow for that.


SolidAlliance Mnemosyne is created by Toshi Satoji and Katsuya Masaki, built everything from aluminum, and they are the masterminds behind this Puzzle cube flash drive. Impressive, huh?

(More Thoughts: TechChee)

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