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Formac Disk Mini drives go to 250GB

updated 02:20 pm EDT, Fri August 24, 2007

250GB Disk Mini

Formac has bumped up the capacity of its flagship portable hard drive, the Disk Mini. Now offering 250GB of capacity (80GB, 120GB and 160GB versions are also available), the drive is bus-powered and includes a shock absorption system designed to protect internals in the case of a fall or other impact. All capacities use a 5,400rpm drive mechanism that Formac claims can transfer data at up to 15MB per second over USB 2.0. The units ship with a 2-year warranty. Prices range from 60 (about $120) for the 80GB model to 95 (about $190) for the 250GB version.



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  1. Frogmella

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    junk

    Formac are junk. Their support absolutely sucks and their products are awfully badly made. Don't touch them with a bargepole.

  1. TheSnarkmeister

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    Can I use it with...

    Yes, AT&T?

    Once I unlock the phone, can I use it with a regular, pay-as-you-go AT&T sim? Will that allow for the the missing features?

    My problem isn't as much with AT&T, as it is with the contract. I'm not going to sign a contract for an unsubsidized phone handset. That is equivalent to letting the carriers have their cake and eat it too. Once the consumers give in on that, its down hill from there. (See TechSwot.com)

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