Friday, February 24, 2006

Submersible thumb drive BenQ DP213

Do you often drop you USB drive into water? ever dream of carrying a thumb with you while diving, like James Bond?
I guess not, but having a USB thumb drive that can take up a substantial water pressure is surely nice.

Tha water resistent ability of the product not only credit to its special glue externally, but its also apply a technology name "ultra wave seal" internally, unlike others thumb only have a glue outside. This technological application is still at a very expensive stage, which only BenQ is doing it now.

The downside of this gadget is, its maximum capacity is only 256MB.

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