Freecom has pulled the wraps off a new line of portable HDDs that are very thin and aimed at Mac users. The drives are in the Mg Mobile Drive family and have magnesium cases. You can get the drive in 500GB with USB 3.0 connectivity or a 750GB version in two models.
One of the 750GB models has USB 3.0 only and the other has USB 3.0 and FireWire ports. The 500GB drive is only 10mm thick and sells for eur 79,95. The 750GB drives are 12mm thick and the USB 3.0 only is eur 119,95 with the FireWire version going for eur 129,95.
The drive is pre-formatted for Mac computers and is 100% Time Machine compliant. They will be available in the middle of the month in 500GB with the larger drives coming later.
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