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Verbatim intros Store 'n' Go Clip-it USB drives

updated 04:15 pm EST, Tue November 9, 2010

Verbatim shows ultra-portable 4GB Clip-it drives

PC storage maker Verbatim has just introduced a new USB storage media in the form of the Store 'n' Go Clip-it. Designed like a paperclip, the device will hold both printed documents and their digital counterparts. Due to its small size and low weight, the clips are seen as ideal companions to go along with hard copy documents.

The Clip-it USB is only available in a 4GB capacity, though it can be had in five colors, including pink, green, blue, orange and black. The Store 'n' Go Clip-it USB drive will cost $20 when it arrives at the start of December.






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  1. Hillbilly Geek

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    so simple!

    two great tastes that go great together! Now if they can just combine flash drives and peanut butter...

  1. thibaulthalpern

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    no one will use it as a paper clip

    While the concept in theory works great, it is practically, well, impractical. The paper clip itself is not strong enough to clip more than a few sheets of paper. It will break off or slide off the couple pieces of paper it "holds" together. People will buy this more for the novelty but won't actually be using it as a paper clip.

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