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Tiny Hard Drives

Keep all your essential data in the palm of your hand with today's breed of flash sticks and teeny, tiny hard drives.

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This story appears in the December 2005 issue of Entrepreneur. Subscribe »

I don't care what anybody says--I'm not that demanding. I just want what I want, where I want it, the way I want it. C'mon, don't you?

For example, wouldn't you like to have all your files and favorite programs with you all the time so you could work anywhere? That's been a near-universal ambition of computer users since PCs were born. (Last millennium, I paid $1,795 to achieve it. Unfortunately, my DOS-based Osborne portable weighed 25 pounds and held only 91KB of data per floppy--not exactly the ultimate work-anywhere solution.)

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