Remember Fujitsu’s Secure USB Memory Device, the company has released the self-destruct USB flash drive in Japan and calls it Tamatebako. The drive has 2GB capacity and supports AES 256-bit encryption. In fact, “self-destruct” doesn’t mean the drive will kill itself, instead it will delete all data stored.
The Tamatebako will delete the data stored automatically within a given time frame, from 10 minutes to one week. The self-destruct drive will also erase data stored when it is being accessed with wrong passwords or when it is plugged into a non-authorized computer.