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Logitec (no, not that one) is offering some interesting external hard drives in 40-, 80-, and 160-GB capacity. The 5200 RPM drives by themselves are nothing new, they use a speedy USB 2.0 interface for transfers, have some shock protection built in and weigh about 170g. […]

Logitec_hard_drive_1Logitec (no, not that one) is offering some interesting external hard drives in 40-, 80-, and 160-GB capacity. The 5200 RPM drives by themselves are nothing new, they use a speedy USB 2.0 interface for transfers, have some shock protection built in and weigh about 170g. All fairly common stuff these days. The big selling point is that in standby mode, the drives use 50% less power by comparison. Unfortunately, my Korean isn’t up to par, so I can’t tell if there’s some super-new power savings feature or this is just a fancy way to say, "…and they don’t use juice when not in use!". You be the judge: slick marketing or Kevin needs to take Korean language lessons?

  1. Oh, Kevin, Korean is one of the most difficult language to learn. And, even after you master it, you wouldn’t be able to read that site since it’s in Japanese. :)

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  2. Thanks ignar, no WONDER I couldn’t read it. Once I put my Japanese reading glasses on, it all became clear. :)

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