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Many of the companies exhibiting at CES have been going for years, but one company is making its first trip – Switzerland’s Victorinox. The makers of the original Swiss Army Knife are exhibiting this – the “Presentation Pro”, which comes with a flip-out 32GB USB drive.
Your data will be protected by a fingerprint scanner, and there’s a laser pointer and bluetooth remote, as well as the standard knife, scissors and nail file. It’ll be shipping in May in the US, and it’ll cost $330 (£216). Just don’t take it on business trips abroad.
Victorinox (via Engadget)
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If you’re a keen music fan, you might have picked up on the fact that it’s the 30th anniversary of the release of Bob Marley’s ‘Exodus’ album. There’s TV documentaries celebrating the fact, as well as a glossy re-release of the album itself.
We’ve had singles released on USB memory sticks before – Keane did it last October for example. But never a studio album. Until now, at least. Bob Marley’s 1977 album ‘Exodus’ is being re-released in USB Memory Stick and Micro SD Memory Card formats.