Freecom is claiming to have the smallest and lightest 2.5-inch USB 2.0 hard drive. Called the Mobile Drive XXS, it weighs just 155g, and comes in 160GB, 250GB and 320GB capacities. It’s got the usual USB 2.0 drive specs, but if you’ve got greasy paws, you’ll be glad to hear it’s incased in a rubber finish. Now I just wanna know how thin it is? If thinness doesn’t matter, check out the WD My Book 3TB
It’s available now for $93, $120, and $143 respectively.[Reghardware]
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