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Formac disk mini drive aims for looks, tiny size

updated 01:45 pm EDT, Wed May 16, 2007

Formac disk mini drive

Formac has released a new portable hard drive, a version of the disk mini that supports FireWire 400, as well as the alternative's USB 2.0. Capacities from 60 to 160GB are available, and because the mini relies on six-pin FireWire, either connection can be used as the power source. The casing is notable for having a Mac-friendly black or white aesthetic, and also using a shock absorption system, protecting the drive from less dramatic impacts. Formac is currently marketing the new disk mini in Europe, where AppleMac.biz is selling it for prices ranging between 60 ($120) and 135 ($270) without VAT. [via Tech Digest]



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