The Overclocker Café just finished its review of the Disk on Key USB personal storage device. The Disk on Key is a hot swappable removable drive you access by a USB port that is small enough to put in your shirt pocket. Here is a snip of the review:

    "The old ten pound cellular bag phones have evolved into miniature pocket sized communication devices. Why can't computer storage devices mimic the evolution of cellular phones? Well right under our noses, they have. With the advent of digital cameras came much more widespread use of flash memory. At some point, someone came up with the idea of combining flash memory and USB to provide an on the fly storage device."