Remember the book-like looks of the Western Digital My Book? Well, Korean-based firm Sarotech has taken the disguised drive a step further with the WIZPLAT W-31.
From any kind of distance, it looks like a book – except for the flashing LED light on the spine, which lets things down a bit. Aside from the looks, it also offers support for 3.5-inch SATA I or II drives (and a maximum capacity of 1TB), USB connectivity, plus auto and manual back-up.
It retails for the equivalent of £150 in Korea – probably without the actual drives.
Sarotech (via Aving)
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