Self-Destructible USB Travel Comes With Developed-In Detonator

Rostec, a Russian higher-tech conglomerate, has introduced a USB flash push with a created-in detonator that can wipe out the NAND memory chips inside. The detonator can be activated manually, and the ensuing destruction is absolutely safe and sound for the consumer, the manufacturer says. 

Technodynamika, a Rostec organization, has created a USB generate that appears to be like like a typical flash stick, but as opposed to typical drives, it not only incorporates a NAND memory chip and a USB-to-NAND bridge/controller, but also a battery and an electric detonator. When activated by a press of a button on the close of the product, the detonator ‘burns down printed circuit board with a cumulative demand,’ in accordance to Rostec.