Teac floppy driver
Teac floppy driver.
Titan of Slava Tyukalov: not afraid of water, shock, vibration and static electricity
Slava Tyukalov has recently been featured in news feeds thanks to the release of his handmade computer mice. Now the craftsman has taken up USB flash drives.
Its limited edition Titan series of 100 uses materials used by NASA. The combined graphite-titanium body provides a combination of lightness, strength and resistance to aggressive environments.
The solutions are particularly resistant to static electricity, which the vast majority of flash drives on the market cannot boast of.
Tyukalov plans to sell models of 1 and 2 GB. Buyers such exclusive drives will cost, respectively, 197 or 247 dollars.
Connection to PC is carried out via USB 2.0/1.1, compatible OS – Windows 98 / 98SE / ME / XP / 2000, Mac OS 8.6, Linux 2.four.0 and higher.
Without the outer case, Tyukalov’s drive weighs 20 grams, with it – 50 grams.
Source: Slava Tyukalov