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!

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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.

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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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