zero halliburton usb memory

ZERO Halliburton is well known for their aluminum cases that act as briefcases, laptop cases, camera cases, and even purses, but they hadn't quite made the jump into aluminum cases for specific computer components. Until now — Green House of Japan has introduced the GH-UFD512ZH USB memory that was designed under license by ZERO Halliburton. It uses a zinc die-cast construction for that solid feeling (the gadget-related solid feeling, that is), and includes an aluminum hard case for storage. Although the 15,000 yen (~$126 USD) price tag is quite steep when looking solely at technical merits, Green House plans to offer users the option of swapping out the 512MB drive for a 1GB or 2GB one.

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