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Iocell's rugged mDrive: built to last a decade

Iocell's been known to unleash USB drives that differentiate themselves quite effectively from the masses, and the firm's latest offering is no different. The ultrathin mDrive reportedly weighs in at just three grams, is available in capacities ranging from 1GB to 4GB, and is built to withstand just about anything nature throws at it. The water-, heat-, and shock-resistant drive is just marginally larger than a penny, but can reportedly archive data up to ten years and be written to "more than one million times" before calling it quits. Additionally, the drive will support the company's Castella Builder software, which purportedly allows you to transport applications and settings from one machine to another without any hassle. Now, how do we go about keeping track of this thing?

[Via AVing]