Convenient Paper U Disk
Posted on January 13, 2013 by mary
A storage technology company has developed a paper U disk by printing the storage chip in cracks of three layers of ordinary paper, and then to read and write the data through several conductor rails. The invention means to embed a lot of information in paper products such as business cards, greeting cards, etc. rather than offer a CD-ROM or U disk to save lots of resources and provide customers with a great convenience.