Not a great idea. It's a lemon that makes you think it's a person. Actually, I'm not sure if it's a lemon that makes you think it's a person, or a person that can only be viewed through the lemon. The article is not clear at all about this, and the idea seems more like an anomalous object than an actual SCP, but even then, the idea is poor.
The clinical tone left a lot to be desired. You started the description by referring to the SCP by something other than its designation number. Don't do that. It completely throws off the tone, and gets very distracting. The block paragraph detracted from visual appeal as well.
is a lemon, citrus limon,
citrus limon. Italicize scientific names.
SCP. All caps.
Possesses; you left out an 's'.
one other anomalous feature: one end of the lemon is a USB (United Serial Bus) plug that can be inserted into any computer.
Try 'any compatible computer'. There are computers that do not have USB capabilities. Terms like 'any' shouldn't be used flippantly.
He has so far shown no ability to use wireless connections, but research is underway.
First, 'he' should be 'it'. It's a lemon, not a person.
Second, try switching 'use' with 'access'.
Third, try rewording 'but research is underway' to something more like 'further research is scheduled.'
The entire interview is unnecessary; it just states what you said in the description, only with people, and honestly isn't written well.
I don't think that a lot of thought or effort was put into this article. The idea does not seem salvageable, nor does the article itself. Downvote.