It really seems that bling sells, and sells a lot, since an increasingly higher number of various electronic products' manufacturers design all sorts of devices that, beside providing interesting (and somewhat useful) internal features, also come “packed” in a very attractive (and rather unusual) external casing. And that's exactly the case with the Mobile Disk P1 USB flash drive launched by TwinMos back in the second half of 2007, since this device features a very shiny package, which compliments the very large storage capacities this thing can provide.
Thus, the drives from the new Mobile Disk P1 series feature a very sleek and smooth (almost mirror-like) external casing, as well as no less than 6 activity LEDs, which create a pretty interesting visual effect whenever data transfers are being carried out. Thus, its overall aspect recommends this particular family of storage devices especially for the more fashion-conscious of users, those people who want a device that will also draw other people's attention, besides carrying around their data.
Now, after taking a look at the drive's external appearance, it's about time to see what it can actually do. Thus, the TwinMos Mobile Disk P1 will available in several models, with storage capacities of up to 32 GB (although just a 4 GB-version has been released for the time being), and, much like most of the other devices of this type, connects to a host computer via an USB 2.0 interface, thus being able to attain maximum data transfer rates of up to 480 Mbps.
Furthermore, the flash drive supports an optional password protection system, and works with the most popular operating systems on the market, namely Windows /2000/XP/Vista, Mac10.1+ and Linux 2.4+. It's also very portable, measuring around 60 x 21.63 x 8.8 mm.