Thursday, September 16th 2010

Verbatim Launches the Red Dot Design Award-winning Store 'n' Go Clip-it USB Drive

Verbatim is launching a simple and ingenious solution for combining digital media with paper: the Red dot ‘Best of the Best’ Award-winning Verbatim Store ‘n’ Go Clip-it USB Drive. Available in a range of vibrant colours, Verbatim’s Clip-it USB drive combines flash storage with the simple functionality of a paperclip, making it a wonderfully practical solution for daily business or private users. The Verbatim Clip-it USB Drive is now available with storage capacities of 2GB and 4GB.
  • Clip-it USB Drive can also be used as a paperclip;
  • Red dot ‘Best of the Best’ award 2010, designed by Arman Emami;
  • Available in a range of vibrant colours: Black, White, Yellow, Green, Pink, Blue, Orange;
  • Storage capacities of 2GB and 4GB.
Designed by Arman Emami, Clip-it has been awarded the accolade of Red Dot ‘Best of the Best’ 2010. The Clip-it USB drive makes it easier for you to keep all your data together in one place, whether it is electronic or not. Now you can send and store documents together with media files without having to use CD’s or email attachments.
Thanks to its lightness, there's no extra cost for post
Even the delivery of a classic paper document can now include additional multimedia information stored on this tiny Clip-it USB Drive. “This is a huge advantage of this USB Drive, as it weighs literally nothing, so it will not cause extra postal charges. It really combines the best of both worlds!”, says Hans-Christoph Kaiser, Business Development Manager Verbatim.
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4 Comments on Verbatim Launches the Red Dot Design Award-winning Store 'n' Go Clip-it USB Drive

Nice design. Though, why no 8GB !? A-DATA offers the same size if not smaller (C902, just without that clip) even in 8GB and 16GB versions.
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My most beloved flash is a "Memory 2 GO" drive (odd name, I know).
It's cheap, durable and got excellent write speeds that I haven't even seen any of the bigger brands achieve.
... just thought of it coz the "Store 'n' Go" name of these ones made me look at my own to see if it wasn't the same...
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This design just screams "Scratch my gold contacts until your data is unreadable!"
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Graphical Hacker
I run my drives pretty hard. I have one on my 24/7 on a keychain, and the USB connector is shielded. I have had problems where the connects wear down from too much abuse.

Then you show me this? This would not last one day in my pocket. Those connects would be scratched to hell! Oh and the clip part would be broken off.
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