CES 2007: Memorex 160GB Ultra TravelDrive USB hard drive
So far, CES seems to be all about digital photo frames and absolutely massive amounts of memory on tiny bits of kit. Yesterday we saw the first commercial 1 terabyte drive from Hitachi, and this morning Memorex are launching their latest USB hard drives, which can hold up to a massive 160GB of information. They’re an addition to the TravelDrive range, which already contains the 12GB Mega TravelDrive (left). These babies are being dubbed the ‘Ultra’ TravelDrive, and will retail at $129.99, $149.99 and $199.99 respectively for 80GB, 120GB and 160GB models. They’ll have a ‘rugged’ design with rubber grip area and ‘nature inspired colours’ with interchangeable faceplates if you fancy a bit of a change (colours vary depending on the capacity of your drive), The drives will work on your PC or Mac and will be available at stores and online at eMemorex.com by April. Pics as soon as we have ’em!
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