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When it comes to tech giants like Apple and Samsung, we expect them to come up with next-level technology that can make our lives convenient. And by next-level, we mean a logical product with a never-seen-before design and cutting-edge technology.
Not like the overpriced ‘Polishing Cloth’ Apple came up with to clean Apple devices.
But despite having world-class experts in their R&D and design team, Samsung recently came up with an electronic product that is reminding people of the humble RIN detergent bar found at every desi household.
A couple of days ago, the South Korean biggie in the electronics industry introduced a portable SSD device ‘T7 Shield PSSD’ to protect all our files and work.
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Even though the company claimed that the device is tough, durable, and reliable, people online couldn’t see beyond its outer appearance which indeed looked like the blue detergent bar.
It was immediately suspected that this device would become a meme in no time. And that’s exactly what happened. This is how people on Instagram reacted to seeing the SSD device:
Twitter also started buzzing with memes and it was laugh riot. Take a look:
Samsung acquired Rin Bar. 😂 pic.twitter.com/2w6bbo7nns
— Ravi Handa (@ravihanda) January 17, 2023
On popular demand! Full in depth comparison coming soon 😁 https://t.co/pdZZutNse9 pic.twitter.com/fSfes6GViZ
— Nirmal TV (@nirmaltv) January 24, 2023
original design.. kudos
— GiriSonnaSeri Tech (@GiriSonnaSeri) January 16, 2023
Same feeling! pic.twitter.com/bcrV07NX62
— Ashish Mundhra (@mundhrashish) January 16, 2023
Can it be used to wash clothes, too?
— Spaghetti Boy 🟡 (@Dr_Spaghetti_Jr) January 17, 2023
First i thought it is a soap. 🤣
— Militian Op (@maxmilitian) January 17, 2023
So Samsung expands in kapde dhone k sabun!!
— Vatsal Shah (@vatsal_1894) January 17, 2023
put this SSD into soap stand in kitchen i bet maid will use it as a soap.
— Elite Tech (@ElitetechRev) January 24, 2023
Seriously guys, with so many expert minds you come up with this? Or maybe it’s a brand strategy, who knows?!
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