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Victorinox debuts Jetsetter Swiss Army USB drives
Wednesday, November 14, 2012 @ 8:19pm

Victorinox Swiss Army has added a new line of portable USB drives aimed at increasing the overall usability of thumb drives. The new Jetsetter line of drives packs flight-friendly Swiss Army implements into a detachable USB flash drive form factor along with security software specific to Macs. The Jetsetter line comes with scissors, a bottle opener, a magnetics Phillips screwdriver, wire stripper, key ring, and LED mini light.



The drives are USB 2.0 compatible, and each comes preloaded with software enabling users to encrypt files, securely store personal information, and browse the Internet securely. Along with the aforementioned Swiss Army implements, the drives can come with a nail file, ballpoint pen, and tweezers. The 8GB Jetsetter is available for $40, while the 16GB and 32GB models retail for $50 and $100, respectively. They are available for purchase exclusively at Apple's online and retail stores and were featured in Apple's 2012 Holiday Gift Guide.

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