'Scent Drive' may have a hidden agenda
Updated version may just be another way to target the hygiene-challenged.
There are all manner of activities associated with USB drives--many of them Scent Drive."--but the one thing that will always defy logic to us is their relationship with the sense of smell. The most recent case in point: The "
Most such items try to pass themselves off as, sometimes combining their functions with other . But we're beginning to think they're actually targeted at people who are, to put it delicately, hygiene-challenged.
Think about it: Giving them a bar of deodorant soap might be a tad obvious, let alone offensive (even though they're the ones who did the offending first). Instead you can give them an innocent USB key with a surreptious dual purpose.
Hong Kong-based Debreu has expanded its lower-cost variation" for $20. We think they should team up with to expand their natural consumer target.of Scent Drives to include a "