USB drives are immensely convenient for those who like bringing their data wherever they go. But just how many of us have lost these small devices? For those who wish to end this problem, the MoH band may just be the solution.
MoH, which is an acronym of Memory on Hand, takes its title literally by strapping the USB drive onto the user’s wrist by means of a brightly colored silicone wristband, similar to baller bands.
The device comes in only one size, although users can choose from a wide variety of colors. Its clasp which closes the bracelet around the wrist doubles as a cover for the USB drive. It has no lock, however.
This design by Andrew Kitzenberg truly stands out from the many designs in which USB drives come in the market today, which are mostly attached by means of trouser hoops or key rings.
For a 4 GB version, the MoH sets the user back for $20; an 8 GB version for $30 and an 8 GB with KickStarter Limited Edition for $35. Three units of the 2 GB version costs $40; 3 units of the 4 GB version costs $50; 3 units of the 8 GB version costs $75; 4 units with KickStarter Limited Edition costs $100; 10 units of the 4 GB version costs $200; and lastly, 3 units of the 8 GB version also costs $200.
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