World’s First Flash Drive With BCD

smartdrive didigo UBS flash drive
By David Ponce

Well, it’s a flash drive from My Didigo. It comes in flavors from 128MB, to 4GB. It’s claim to fame is that it includes a display of esoteric descent: it’s the world’s first USB flash drive with a BCD (Bi-stable Cholesteric LCD Display), which doesn’t require a battery to show it’s status. From what I gather, and correct me if I’m wrong, that’s just fancy talk to say e-paper.

In other words, this flash drive’s display would be updated each time it’s plugged in, but once unplugged, would remain the same until next time, thus negating the need for batteries. Remaining drive space is displayed with words, or in fashionable pie-chart manner.

No word on price.

[My Didigo’s Flash Drive] VIA [Chip Chick]

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