Tech company intelliPaper creates USB drives out of regular paper, turning anything into a storage device. The company embeds a silicon chip between layers of paper, laminates those layers, and then prints conductive USB traces onto the paper, which connect to the chip. The finished paper USB drive works just like a plastic drive and can be filled with data and mailed just like any other paper mailer. With the help of IntelliPaper, you can send paper thin flash drives in the mail alongside business cards, invitations, gifts and more. Although the storage on these drives only ranges from 8 to 32 MB, that should be plenty of room for attaching files, images, and even small lower-quality video files. To learn more, watch the video below.