managed to be a bit low profile with their new Skwarim
external drives during CES, but you know we do love a well designed device -- no matter how bland its function. So you
can imagine why we're feeling the square 3.3-inch wide Skwarim external USB 2.0 drive designed by Karim Rashid (who
done work for Issei Miyake and Prada, and is the creator of an Engadget fav, the Umbra Oh Chair). Available in 60 or
30GB sizes and his n' hers colors with a distinctive "bulging" pattern for $200 and $150, respectively.