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US Modular ships flash-based 'Handy Drive'

updated 06:10 pm EST, Tue December 19, 2006

'Handy Drive' flash drive

US Modular has unveiled its Handy Drive, a small enclosure that houses a USB flash drive, a flashlight, and a small pen or pencil holder in the same shell. The USB connector is retractable to protect it from damage, and because no special drivers are required to detect the Handy, the drive is readable by Mac, Linux and Windows systems. A 128MB version of the Handy is priced at $20, with larger versions spanning up to 4GB (pricing for larger models was unavailable).




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  1. Loren

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Brain dead design?

    Okay, forgive me, I'm looking over this Handy device. The USB plug retracts, fine -- how abut that ball point pen? I have to take it out first? Hah?

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