It’s called the PNY MaxFile Attache and it packs 12 gigabytes of storage. Itâ€™s only slightly larger than the usual USB flash drive but it can store thousands of documents, presentations, digital photos, and songs, games – or over 25 hours of video. You can leave your laptop behind and still carry all your important documents and files.
“MaxFile Attache provides an ideal solution for users looking for a well-rounded combination of cost-effective, high-capacity, compact, portable storage,” said Dean Delserro, senior marketing manager, flash, for PNY Technologies.
MaxFile Attache is self-powered by a sturdy USB 2.0 connector and comes with its own Migo backup and synchronization software download, so users can sync everything from their e-mail, documents, favorites and settings wherever they go. But remember that unlike a USB flash drive which has no moving parts, the MaxFile Attache is a spinning hard drive, a very small one. Be careful not to drop it.
It costs $169.