Russian design company Art. Lebedev has whipped up a concept that gives new meaning to temporary storage: 4-, 8-, and 16-GB USB flash drives made of cardboard. Scoop up your data, do what you will with it, and then just throw that (soon-to-be) dirt-cheap memory away. Thanks, Moore’s Law!
Soon the stick will be disposable. All the electronics fit in the cardboard separated modules.
The stick will become even simpler support than at the time [of] floppy disks.