Knowing how many people graze away at their desks, a portable HDD shaped like a chocolate bar might well cause a few broken teeth. But it’s certainly an eye-catcher.
This prototype storage device, designed by Sang-Hoon Lee, is a modular unit with a central touchscreen hub to view and organise collective files. Obviously there’s a good chance you might lose some of the modules and I’m not convinced that many drives are better than a single one. But it’s still clever stuff.
No news of a formal release for this as yet.
Sang-Hoon Lee (via Yanko Design)
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