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My HP Mini Mobile Drive is here

By Mauricio Freitas, in , posted: 17-Mar-2009 15:59

I have been using the HP Mini Mi while away from my home office and it's a pleasure to use it - small, light and quite fast too. I have posted some screenshots of the HP Mini Mi Linux version before, but I wanted to have a bit more "room" - the built-in 16GB SSD is just about right for the OS and a few applications, but I wanted a copy of my most important files handy...

Of course any USB flash drive would work - but then it'd be sticking out... Lucky the HP Mini comes with a special deep USB slot and the HP Mini Drive is just right for it (or a Transcend USB drive if you don't care about the cover). See the pictures below:











Thanks to Hector from GeeksRoom for ordering the HP Mini Drive from HP USA and posting it to me.



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