The Split Stick is a USB flash drive divided. Basically, the stick has two retractable USB flash drives, one on each side. Each can hold up to 2GB of data. So if you want to store all of your work data on one side and your personal files on another, you can do that. Or you can share a stick with your significant other, encrypt one drive and have a public/private side, or think of some other crazy reason why you’d rather have two separate flash disks instead of just creating two different folders on a 4GB flash drive.
The Split Stick is available for pre-order for $19.99. It’ll come in a variety of colors, and users will be able to request a custom laser etching on each side of the device to help you remember which end is which.
It is definitely unique. I like the idea of a custom laser etching on both sides. The sliding part does protect the connectors. Is it better or less expensive with the two separate parts in one flash drive with 2 gig each than to have one flash drive with 4 gig?
4gb flash drives are available for pennies on eBay. Charging $20 for this thing is surreal.
I guess this beats my “nunchuk” style of two USB flash drives connected by a short chain.
This one isn’t even worth a comment.
I’m not sure I can adequately convery my feelings concerning this product without resorting to some unsavoury phrases.
‘!?’ will have to do.
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