Here’s another nifty LEGO brick USB drive — created by Stickman. Basically, he used a 128MB USB flash drive, removed the casing, and resized the circuit board to fit a 2 x 4 LEGO brick.

I cut out the inside of a yellow 2×4 block (had to be yellow or red!.. the traditional lego colours but decided yellow looked cooler..) and resized it by cutting off part of the bottom so that it was the size of two flat 2×4 plates stacked on top of eachother.

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Here’s another nifty LEGO brick USB drive — created by Stickman. Basically, he used a 128MB USB flash drive, removed the casing, and resized the circuit board to fit a 2 x 4 LEGO brick.

I cut out the inside of a yellow 2×4 block (had to be yellow or red!.. the traditional lego colours but decided yellow looked cooler..) and resized it by cutting off part of the bottom so that it was the size of two flat 2×4 plates stacked on top of eachother.

[via engagdetMake]