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I-O Data launches ultra-tough 16GB HDMC flash drive

Joshua Topolsky
November 21, 2007
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I-O Data is very worried about your data. Very. Worried. How concerned is the Japanese company about protecting your precious files? Well, they've gone and created a 16GB, freezable, droppable, completely water-proof USB flash drive just for your sake (and sweet Yen). You need only watch a few moments of the psychedelic mind-melter that is the promo video to realize you should... nay, must, purchase one of these puppies while the gettin's good -- as it were. Check out the technofied vision after the break, then be prepared to drop ¥25,300 (around $230) to own a piece of history.

[Via Akihabara News]







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