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Victorinox crams 256GB SSD into Swiss Army knife

Swiss Army knife with data storage

| Storage News | Posted: Jan 13, 2011 8:08 pm

Back when I was a kid you could do things at school that you get you arrested and expelled today. Take for instance in kindergarten I once took my Swiss Army knife for show and tell. The teacher let me carry it all day and only asked after show and tell that I let her keep it until after school. Today carrying a knife to school would bring the swat team to class. One thing my knife lacked that modern Swiss army knives like the new Victorinox Secure SSD has is data storage.

 

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Back in the early 80, we didn't know what an SSD was. My mom's office still had a big punch card machine they used. The cool knife has a knife blade naturally, a knife with scissors, a nail file/screwdriver and more. This is what MacGyver needed to smuggle files out of secure locations.

 

The SSD takes up most of the space in the knife and looks more like a normal flash drive than the SSDs I think of. It has 256GB of storage space and you can get it in smaller 64GB and 128GB flavors too. The drive even has an e-Paper display that lets you label the drive. Pricing for the line is unannounced; the 256GB version will not be cheap.

 

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