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Sharky Extreme : News From Inside The Industry November 6, 2007


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    July 26, 2006

    Flash drives are fabulous, but on-the-go notebook (and desktop) users often need to carry more than a few gigabytes when they hit the road. I/OMagic Corp.'s 40GB Data To Go is a 2.5-inch hard disk with room to accommodate document backups, multimedia files, or even a whole operating environment with no need for an external power supply. Slightly smaller than a 3 by 5-inch card, though thicker at 0.5 inch, the drive uses a USB 2.0 connection to transfer data at up to 480Mbps. Its introductory retail price is $100.

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