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06. 19. 2006

PQI card drive

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Credit cards are the bane of my existence. Endlessly tempting, with their attractive designs, promises of free money, and to top it all off, a little holographic image of a dove, a globe or something else as universally dramatic, credit cards seem to be a problem for everyone. Here's one card, though, that you shouldn't feel guilty about using - PQI's ultra-slim card drive. Just 3mm thin and housed in aluminium casing, the card drive can be connected to any Windows or Mac computer to store up to 8GB of your data. The card also features software that stores your favourite web bookmarks, as well as your email contacts.

Available in four different storage sizes (1GB, 2GB, 4GB and 8GB), the card drive can be bought from Eupac for 29.60, 38.60, 71.60 and 109.90 (ex. VAT) respectively.

Posted by Stuart    Category: devices
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