Visitors to Japan are frequently surprised by the amazingly lifelike plastic food that is displayed at the entrance of nearly every restaurant throughout the country. It’s a clever marketing innovation that strangely hasn’t caught on around the world. After years of unchallenged plastic food dominance, the Japanese have added a new innovation to their specialty: High speed data storage.
Dynamism has recently released several USB storage devices in a variety of sushi flavors. Perhaps you’d like the 128MB Ebi? If you’re not so hungry then maybe you’d prefer a 32MB Teka roll? These Sushi Data Drives are handmade in Tokyo to conform to the strictest plastic food standards.
As the Dynamism website notes:
Never again will you have to choose between having sushi or having a USB memory drive–thanks to the USB sushi drive.
Frankly, I never realized the two were mutually exclusive, but now that I can easily combine the two, why not?
While it’s true that the USB connector makes this sushi look slightly less realistic they’re still hard to resist. I just wish there was there was a way to spice up the data these things carry. What PowerPoint presentation wouldn’t be improved by a little wasabi?