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Jul 19, 2011

Victorinox Swiss Army Slim, Slim Duo USB Drives

For frequent business travelers, the days of carrying around a Swiss Army knife on your keychain were gone even before the TSA was born. Well, that familiar pocket multi-tool is back, in the form of Victorinox's Swiss Army Slim and Slim Duo. Both products pack a tool that many of us use far more often than scissors and knives: the USB flash drive.

The colorful, waterproof storage devices are finally shipping, in capacities that range from 4GB ($40) all the way up to 128GB ($350) with the Slim Duo (which, as its name implies, includes a pair of 64GB drives). Both flavors are designed to let you file photos and presentations, not your fingernails -- but if you're looking to do both, Vic's got you covered there, too.

15 comments:

Zombie said...

for when you need a little memory when you go camping. lol.

Jon Dujaka said...

All that memory into such a small thing.

iNews said...

Seems nice!

weastside007 said...

So much memory...

BigOryx said...

the memory for every situation :-D

To Tipota said...

now isn't that too much for 4gb of a flash drive

msmariah said...

This would be a nice christmas gift for my husband.

chanonymous said...

usb 2.0 is all i am using and will use until these bad boys get cheaper

Sub-Radar-Mike said...

Would make for a great spy tool.

Amber said...

That is awesome, and looks pretty sturdy. I'm rough on technology, so this may be just the thing I need!

HK said...

I need one of these

Cory McGuffin said...

Hngrnghuuuuh! Omg 128 gb... I just had a nerdgasm...

Dylanthulhu said...

128GB WOOO! Though in all seriousness, Thinkgeek has been selling swiss army knives with thumb drives on them for years.

Carlos. A said...

It's pretty clever. You can cut stuff while saving stuff to the drive. Kidding aside I think it's a good idea and might get one. Great post.

Athanasian Complexio said...

I've never accidentally went swimming or anything with my thumb drive, but I'm thinking that might still be a good thing to have anyway.