08. 31. 2007
Waterproof USB memory
I take my little 16GB Corsair Flash Voyager almost everywhere I go, yet even I'm not sure what situation life could present to me that would have me wishing for a waterproof USB storage device. Maybe I just lack imagination, but a coffee spill is about the most dangerous watery encounter I can foresee in the near future.
Korean company Gidis is launching their waterproof MDrive, designed by Young-Se Kim of INNO Design, next month (1GB and 2GB models). It'll be priced at 39,000 and 59,000 KRW (about $41 and $62 US dollars), and there's no word on a U.S. release. I'd buy it for the slim, red on black design, which I think is really cool, though I wish they had at least an 8GB version.