Is this a RAZR or a hard drive?


In my defense, it looked like a Motorola RAZR phone upon first glance. No, it’s a unique hard drive that has a miniUSB port but also unfolds with a PCMCIA interface. ASKA-CORP’s HD32F hard drive is available in a 20- to 40 GB range, so it doesn’t sound like a flash-based drive to me. I’d actually consider buying just the enclosure as I could use it with my older Toshiba M205 which has a PC Card slot. Perhaps I could tuck a 1.8-GB drive in there….anyway, this can be yours for $123 (20 GB) or $234 (40 GB). Maybe we’ll see an ExpressCard version soon?