I/O Magic seems to be all over the map with its GigaBank offerings, as the company jumped from six, to eight, to 100, and has now introduced a "high capacity" (read: no longer pocket-sized) version housing half a terabyte of external storage. While not swerving from the beaten path paved by all the 500GB alternatives that came before it, the GigaBank rocks a "steel gray, oval aluminum enclosure" and a presumably lonely USB 2.0 port. Thankfully, the company tosses in a cable and swears the drive plays nice with both Windows XP and OS X-based computers, but you shouldn't expect a whole lot of extras for just $279.99, anyway.

[Via Lets Go Digital]