Mirra, has finally nailed a nationwide deal with Best Buy, and has also announced two new drives and some price cuts on its lower end models. First the company churned out two new models – 160GB and 400GB drives and at the same time dropped the price by $250 on the 250GB model to $500. The 160 GB drive is going to cost $400, while the 400 GB monster is going to set you back a cool $800. (A cheap PC with extra storage could cost about that much… I bet!) I might be forced to use a PC, (Mac version is coming… when only god knows!) but I still love the device. Just all the digital clutter in one place!
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