05. 07. 2009
Ennova Direct USB drive has an OLED display with biometric scanner
Expect an extremely interesting USB drive to make its debut during the first quarter of 2010 - the USB flash drive with integrated OLED display from Ennova Direct Corporation. The company has recently announced that it has received a patent for the unique design of this USB drive. The flash(y) drive not only incorporates an OLED screen that scans/stores the user's fingerprint, but also has a sliding mechanism which encloses the OLED display within a protective shell when the drive is not in use. Open the shell and out comes the retractable USB connector at your service.
And while we are still going ga-ga, let us also spread the word on the fact that the OLED screen even takes in inputs from the user - such as file selection or intiating specific actions. To let my imagination soar a bit, it would be kinda nice if the device will also let us have picture previews on its tiny screen just to maximize on its exclusivity quotient.
Since there are no other details available as of now, you can keep your guesses going on its capacities and pricing.