TEMPO Hard Drive Mimics Trash Bin

The folks at Cagina Design have come up with something cool - the TEMPO is an external hard drive, but it mimics the appearance of a trash can. The idea is that files are automatically copied to the drive when you delete them from your computer - thus the trash can imagery.
Designed to mimic the look of a trash can, TEMPO is a unique hard drive storage device. Intended to protect the user from accidentally deleting files, it can also be used as an external storage device. As you delete files, they are automatically copied to the TEMPO. As it fills up, led’s light the “can” from the bottom up, informing you of how much space is available.
It uses Bluetooth as the transmission medium, and that only has a transmission rate of 1MBps, so I'd like to see how it works with large files.  It's also still just a concept for Cagina Design's client intech.
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