Try testing the warranty on this one!
Subject: Storage | June 26, 2006 - 03:06 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The Inquirer found a bullet-proof USB drive! I can only imagine the fun the product testers had while determining if a keychain sized USB drive could be made to be bullet-proof. Go out and buy one to test for yourself.
"PRETEC IS a well-known player in flash memory for special purposes biz, and a recent addition to its
line-up certainly pulls a red underline below the "special purposes" part.
The i-Disk Bullet Proof is being manufactured in sizes from 128MB up to a nice two gig part, is
resistant to water, ice, fire, napalm and of course, bullets. Not certain about grenades, though."
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- VIZO Luxon 3.5" IDE/SATA Hard
Drive Enclosure @ ExtremeMHz
- ATP Pro Max
1GB Compact Flash Card @ ThinkComputers
- CoolerMaster X
Craft RX-3SB @ Hardware Zone
- Highpoint RocketRAID 2310 — Fast
and Affordable Storage @ TweakTown
- Seagate 750 GB Barracuda 7200.10 @ OCC