Victorinox Hides the 'World's Smallest' 256GB SSD in a Pocket Knife
They're calling it the world's smallest 256GB SSD. All I know is that it's gonna be hell of a lot more useful than that plastic toothpick thing they usually cram in there.
The Victorinox Secure SSD, arriving this year for an undetermined price, packs scissors, a straight blade, and that nail file/screwdriver combo that you so rarely use, along with a 256GB—and later in the year, 512GB—USB 2.0/eSATA II SSD. The drive has a 32-bit processor with hardware error correction, built-in encryption, and an e-ink display that bears a label for the files the drive contains or how much space they're taking up. There will also be 64GB and 128GB versions, for wusses.