Pen drives nowadays come in thousands of different sizes, shapes and colors, so it's only natural to think nothing will surprise you in this sector.
However, these fun and quirky USB sticks will. Some come disguised as lipstick cases, condoms or large medicine capsules, while others are so small, they are literally the size of a dime.
Whether you like yours huge or small, there is no way you will not like at least one of the devices included in this chart, put together by Funny and Spicy
The first pen drive is attributed to IBM, in September 1999. There is controversy on who first came up with the smart storage device, as Amir Ban, Dov Moran and Oron Ogdan at M-Systems had previously filed a patent for a similar drive, in March that year.
Their patent described an identical product, that, nonetheless, did not have the wireless feature integrated, Wikipedia
Trek Technology and IBM first sold a USB drive, in 2000, under the name "ThumbDrive.” In America, the product was marketed as the “DiskOnKey."
When the first pen drive came out, it could store up to 8 MB of data, five times what then-popular floppy disks could hold.