Imation launches 4GB Micro Hard Drive

Posted on Thursday, December 29 2005 @ 22:40 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Imation has launched a new small Micro Hard Drive with a 4GB storage capacity.

It has a padlock-shaped design, with an USB connector in a loop that can be clipped to objects such as keychains.

It uses a 0.85-inch HDD from Toshiba and is priced at $189. A few months ago the company launched the 2GB version which retails for $159.

The drive also features synchronization software and 128-bit encryption. More details over at CNET.

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