Sunday, 13 September 2009

Verbatim Tuff-Clip USB Flash Drive Tough ABS Plastic Construction, 100-ft Water Resistance, Integrated Clip

You know things are getting a bit slow in the tech world when I have to,
yet again, attempt to generate something interesting to say about
another USB flash drive. Sometimes it's not too difficult when it shaped
like a foot or pizza but when it's just an ordinary flash
drive…well, you get the picture. The Tuff-Clip from Verbatim does
have some cache with its GI Joe design and tough exterior, but at the
end of the day, it's still another USB drive. But I digress…

Let's say you're a special ops soldier that needs a flash drive or that
you're simply accident-prone and are constantly breaking things. The
Verbatim Tuff-Clip just might be the perfect thing for you. At least it
would make it a little harder to destroy your data when you are
parachuting behind enemy lines or overthrowing non-US friendly foreign
governments. It's not completely indestructible, but it does at least
make an effort. As a bonus it has a handy-dandy little clip so you can
clip it to your belt or make a nice earring out of it.

The enclosure of the device is actually constructed out of super-touch
ABS plastic. I am pretty sure you could run this thing over with a car
and it would survive. Maybe you should try it with yours and let me know
how it works out. The drive is water-resistant up to 100 feet, which is
perfect for all of your underwater computing needs. You can purchase the
drive in two different sizes. The 4GB drive will cost you $29.99 and the
8GB $49.99. Go Joe!

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