Wednesday, January 6, 2010

I-O Data Iconic Manila Folder External Hard Drives [HDPN-U Series HDDs]

I-O Data have launched a new series of decidedly glossy external hard drives – namely the HDPN-U Series – which seemingly draw on the humble (and ubiquitous) Manila folder by way of inspiration.

Apparently billed as ‘designed to seduce businesswomen in Japan’ (they do it for me too – should I be worried?) the new I-O Data HDPN-U Series of hard drives come in three colors – black, white and the all too predictable pink (or Flash Pink as I-O Data call it) – and, as well as sporting integrated USB cables, come in 250GB, 320GB and 500GB capacities.

The new I-O Data external hard disks, which come with inbuilt shock resistance and auto power saving modes, appear to be poised for release in Japan for an as yet indeterminate price.


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