By Evan Ackerman
The Chocolate Portable HD may not actually be much more complicated than a USB hub and a bunch of flash drives, but its modular form factor suggests a variety of uses. For example, you could sort your files onto individual chocolate pieces, and then when (or if) you go to work, you can just take your work piece of chocolate with you. Each piece has a different label, and the center portion of the hub is a touchscreen that helps you keeps your files organized. It would be cool if there were some RAID options built in, too… Heck, while you’re at it, just stick Linux on there and make a UMPC out of it. Sure, that defeats the purpose, but it would be cool, wouldn’t it?
VIA [ Yanko ]