Fast Food USB Drive Thru: 1GB Pizza, Hamburger To Go, Please

October 4, 2007 by Mary Anne Simpson, Phys.org weblog
Pizza to Go 1GB Flash Memory
Pizza to Go 1GB Flash Memory

A novelty fast food product line of 1GB USB flash memory is introduced by Green House of Japan is introduced. Soon you will be able to order a hamburger, pizza, hot dog or sandwich flash memory drive to enhance your on-the-go image.

Green House of Japan introduced the new product line of 1GB fast food USB flash memory, series four. The unique USB memory drives come in four standard fast food designs. The good old fashion hamburger, hot dog, pizza and sandwich. The All American fast food diet selections are rivals to other brands selling traditional Sushi USB memory drives. The new fast food selection has not not been priced yet, but the product line and price should be available forthwith.

According to Green House Company news the new 1GB USB flash memory drives are capable of storing 355 high quality photos and 256 zipped MP3 music files. It is a high speed USB 2.0 device capable of reading, transferring and organizing the data with ease.

Each one of the fast food items are tooled to create a handmade seamless product. The actual USB extension fits easily into any computer, lap top or other device that has a USB port. The lightest lunch fare selection would be the pizza weighing in at around 15 grams. The hamburger, hot dog, and sandwich weigh 30 grams or less.

The Fast Food USB flash memory line supports most operating systems, but it does not support “Windows Ready Boost.” The Green House company does provide a one year guarantee and an instruction book is enclosed. See www.green-house.co.jp (translated version), for further information.

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