One of the new products announced by Victorinox at the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is the Victorinox Secure SSD. Known as the world’s smallest 256GB solid-state drive, the new Victorinox Secure SSD comes with a monochrome 96 x 46-pixel e-Paper display that can be used to label the drive and show information such as the memory space available. What’s more, the Victorinox Secure SSD also features attachment options for various Swiss Army Knife tools such as a pair of scissors, a straight blade and a nail file/screwdriver. The 128GB and 256GB versions are expected to be launched in March 2011, while a 512GB model is slated for later this year. [Victorinox via Uncrate]



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