Japanese consumers can buy memory dedicated to love

Japanese consumers can buy memory dedicated to love

The quest for offering products that capture consumers’ attention has reached new heights in Japan where people can now buy computer memory dedicated to love!

The new memory probably has something to do with February 14, which is in just a few days but even after this holiday there will be such modules remaining on the market for sure. Here’s what we have – regular desktop DDR3 SDRAM and again regular notebook DDR3 memory with hearts written on each and every memory chip used in these memory modules. Things do not end here – the heart has a writing inside that says “Love”. Unfortunately there’s no information on the brand, but these memory modules run at 1600 MHz and feature capacities between 2 GB and 8 GB.

Such a February 14 gift is hardly a girl’s dream but it may as well do a great job if a girl wants to give her boy a small present for this holiday. After all having memory dedicated to love is very unusual, don’t you think?

Source: Overclockers.ru

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