This Japanese Sensu (handheld fan) has to be one of the stealthiest USB flash drives we’ve come across here on the ol’ gadget blog. I could totally picture James Bond or some other super spy sitting in a luxury box at the opera fanning himself from the heat until the soprano starts hitting the high note and he knocks out the bad guy next to him with a single striking blow and then folds up the fan to reveal it’s a USB flash drive containing a stealth tracking program upon which he quickly downloads to the man’s laptop before slowly escaping into the crowd.
Totally that’s what this fan could be used for. It has a real decent amount of storage for a novelty drive- 16 GB. The design on it is pretty bad-ass too, considering it’s a fold up bamboo fan- not the toughest of products. It costs 27,500 Yen which is kinda of a lot for a flash drive at nearly $300. OUCH. You’d better be one successful spy to have that kind of cash lying around for a fan drive.
product page at geekstuff4u via akihabara news
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