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Freecom Mobile Drives

Mobile Drive XXS: 2.5” external hard drive – Mac and Windows

  • Compact size, fits easily into your pocket
  • Up to 320 GB
  • Designed with unique form-fitting, injection-moulded rubber for optimal grip
  • Includes compact USB

ToughDrives 2.5” – External mobile hard drives for Mac and Windows

Winner of Red Dot product design award for 2007, the Freecom ToughDrive range is small, impact-resistant,and can store up to 500 GB.

Anti-shock protection

All Freecom ToughDrives are protected by a silicon shock-absorbing mechanism, meaning ToughDrives remain working after sudden impacts or even being dropped from a height of up to two metres.

No external cabling required

ToughDrives are available with either an integrated Firewire or USB 2.0 cable, which is folded out for connection with a PC or Mac. There is no need for external power adapters, as the ToughDrives are 100 percent bus-powered.

DISTRIBUTOR: Renaissance Brands

CONTACT DETAILS: ph: 09-968 3725, freecom@renaissance.co.nz


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