Verbatim Unveils New External Back Up Solutions At CES

Posted: Jan 8 2010, 3:00pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:48pm CDT, in News | CES

 
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Verbatim has unveiled a new range of portable hard drives and back up devices at CES 2010. The new line has drives for all sorts of needs and price ranges. The new line includes the Titan XS USB hard drive that measures 2.5-inches and is claimed to be the smallest portable hard drive in the world.

The drive is covered in rubber to protect it from rough handling and it gets the power it needs from the USB port. The drive will come in 320, 500, and 640GB sizes starting in February. The new line also includes the Clon that ships pre-loaded with backup software for automatic backups and will come in 250GB to 640GB versions.

Verbatim also has the MyClone palm-size HDD with turbo speed USB connectivity in 250GB to 640GB versions. The final drive in the new line is the InSight that has an always-on LCD that shows how much space is left on the drive and other specifications. The InSight is available in 320GB and 500GB capacities.

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