Michael Lasky reports on StorCard, a new credit card sized personal data storage device capable of holding up to 5 gigabytes of user data.
Take a look at one of those credit cards in your wallet. That’s the exact size and thickness of an upcoming, revolutionary removable storage device called StorCard.
Created by a company with the same name, StorCard can contain from 100MB to more than 5GB of data on a plastic card. At first glance, it looks like a credit card, and even has a magnetic strip like a credit card, for potential use in standard credit card readers. The hard disk data, however, is accessed on a tiny spinning disk inside the thin card.