That's Japanese technology for you! This is so great though, using all that paper to good use. Even if the quality isn't the greatest, you're saving money and paper... I wonder if those little black things were the ink from the paper. :O
This is by far the best idea to prevent identity theft. By the time the bad guys get to it, the paper will be wet and crappy on top of being a jumbled mess. I'd like to see any criminal try to get something useful out of that.
they say they save 60 trees a year, but its also using a crapload of power and water to make it. power still isnt 100% wind/water. and to transport that water, and use it from tap takes cleaning and more chemicals. nice, but yea
I can just imagine a pissed off boss somewhere saying "This is what I think of your crappy presentation Hideyoshi" & he sticks it in there & out comes toilet paper & he goes 2 do U know what with it. (LOL)
It is a good idea, pretty cool even very out of the box. Obviously it is only designed for major businesses and not for small business or home use but one day the tech can slim down and then maybe we will see.
Estimated cost of 9,000,000 yen (101,268.00 US dollar) This is only for the company large enough to have an in-house print/copy shop that is already tasked to handle shredding of very sensitive company documents.
This is obviously intended for large office use only with large amounts of business shredding which costs electricity and employee time anyway to do and and you still get charged to dispose of the shredding. Its a wash or call it a... flush