Verbatim introduced the new Store ‘n’ Go Clip-it USB drive. This ultra-lightweight flash drive features a clip-on design and a very small size. The drive offers 4GB of storage and can be snapped onto a document similarly to a paperclip. The Store ‘n’ Go Clip-it USB drive comes in pink, green, blue, orange and black. It is expected to sell for $19.99 when it becomes available in December.
Award-Winning Paperclip-Inspired Device Makes Storing and Sharing a Snap!
November 9, 2010, Charlotte, NC – Verbatim® Americas LLC, the information storage pioneer, has married portable storage and award-winning design with its all-new Store ‘n’ Go Clip-it USB drive, an innovative solution that lets consumers seamlessly combine their digital and hardcopy files. The super lightweight paperclip-like device brings functionality to flash storage in a whole new way with a compact clip-on design that offers the most practical – and stylish – way for users to share and save important documents, presentations and more!
“We’re very excited to launch the Clip-it USB drive, a unique and ultra-convenient way for consumers to consolidate their digital files and paper documents at home and in the office,” said Mark Rogers, Verbatim Product Manager, Flash. “The new unit makes it easy for users to keep all of their data in one place, and, with its diminutive size and light weight, the Clip-it is a great option for physically sending and sharing files.”
Verbatim’s Store ‘n’ Go Clip-it USB drive simply snaps onto documents, folders and envelopes like a paperclip. The drive is available in 4GB capacity and comes in five bright colors to fit every mood and décor —pink, green, blue, orange and black. The new device is exceptionally lightweight, adding no additional postage cost when sent along with paper documents in the mail.
Designed by award-winning Berlin-based product/industrial designer Arman Emami, the Clip-it has earned an impressive Red Dot Design Award, which recognizes the “Best of the Best” in 2010.
The Store ‘n’ Go Clip-it USB drive, MSRP: $19.99, will be available beginning December 2010 – just in time to stuff stockings nationwide.
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