|amoeba is a modular USB flash drive with file integration and separation features applicable as necessary. |
As the capacity of USB memory increases, partitioning is needed to organise files. Multiple categories of files (such as official certificates, documents, photos, movies, and music) may be stored in a USB flash drive. As USB sticks are often shared among different users, there is the possibility that personal information may be compromised, lost, or stolen.
A broad range of files can be easily managed with the category-based, partitioned amoeba. Without separate folder organisation, amoeba stores files in respective categories, which saves the user from unnecessary browsing. Thanks to file integration and separation features, users can separate files as needed to share them with others, while setting aside personal information for privacy.
Partitions are assigned to personal information, documents, music, and photos, so each type of data can be used by inserting its module into a PC. Users can connect additional modules to the bottom of the flash drive.
Saturday, March 3, 2012
Posted by Steve Toom at 4:28 PM