The iVDR Consortium: A removable hard drive for everything?

Jeff over at Techlore writes about the emerging efforts of a new consortium of (mostly) Japanese and (some) American companies, looking to make universal their design (currently being built by Maxell) for a 3.2″ by 0.5″ by 4.3″ shock resistant, hard plastic removable hard drive. The group pushing this idea is called iVDR.

The goal is to have something pocket-sized and tough that you can pull out of your laptop, and stick into your TV, then into your car, then into your DVD player, etc.

Source: TechLore

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