While this custom-built USB drive isn’t as strange as the floppy drive with legs, it most certainly makes use of something you’d normally throw out. Simply put, “Charles [creator] had to stack components of two old 3.5″ floppies so there would be enough height to accommodate the storage of the USB connector; inside the drive are the guts of one of those business card style USB drives.” Click here for more pictures.

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While this custom-built USB drive isn’t as strange as the floppy drive with legs, it most certainly makes use of something you’d normally throw out. Simply put, “Charles [creator] had to stack components of two old 3.5″ floppies so there would be enough height to accommodate the storage of the USB connector; inside the drive are the guts of one of those business card style USB drives.” Click here for more pictures.

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