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Seagate Pink Pocket hard drive, a way to support breast cancer research

Cyrus Farivar

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Seagate is launching a line of limited edition Pink Pocket hard drives beginning October 1. The 6GB USB 2.0 drive, which will retails for $110, also comes loaded with music by Joan Jett -- whom we hear doesn't give a damn about her bad reputation -- Stefy, Toby Lightman and others. Seagate says that 10 percent of each Pink Pocket sold will go the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, in support of research to eradicate this awful disease that affects so many -- over 200,000 American women will be diagnosed this year alone. We can't think of an easier or more digitally capacious way to make a donation to such a worthy cause.

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