LaCie Introduces XtremKey, World's Toughest USB Drive

Jul 21, 2010
Outside Magazine

Xtreme key - Tire prints
One week ago, digital storage company, LaCie, introducedwhat it calls “The World’s Most Adventurous USB Flash Drive.”

To back up this claim, LaCie provides some stats:

  • Made of zamac, a metal alloy composed of of zinc, aluminum, magnesium and copper that’s so strong, it can  withstand the pressure of a10-ton truck

  • Watertight up to 100 meters

  • Resistant to five meter drops

  • Holds up in temperatures ranging from -50 to 200 degreesCelsius (-58 to 392 degrees Fahrenheit)

  • Comes in capacities ranging from 8GB to 64GB and pricesranging from $50 to $250, Vagabondish reports.

       Think you could destroy it?

      --Erin Beresini 

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