Designed by Emir Rifat ISIK this memory storage device dedicated to Phillumeny (the collection of different match related items) has 9 memory sticks needed to be struck along the side of their casing to retrieve the data stored on them.
Its a very innovative concept and looks fantastic it would be great to see something a little different on the market rather than the everyday USB storage sticks. But I don’t think we will be seeing it any day soon unfortunately.
To transfer the data from the memory sticks, firstly push the case from behind to choose and pick an available stick. Put the stick head at the end of the striker. Strike the stick quickly along the striker adding pressure. Now the stick turns into burned black match, making it possible to give it to another Phillu owner to share your data without the need of any computer in between. Sharing your data with others will be completed after they plug in the stick to their own Phillu.
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