Project Fusion and Maxtor Portable Drives

LAPTOP Magazine is reporting on Maxtor’s announcement of two external harddrives, as well as a new web-based application, “Project Fusion” to manage data stored on them and/or transferred back and forth. Of interest to portable users is the Maxtor OneTouch III Mini ($149 – 60GB, $199 – 100GB) which is “small enough to fit in the palm of your hand“.

Added into the mix is “Project Fusion”, which “is designed to aid consumers in organizing and distributing digital files stored on either their main hard drive or an external hard drive. Users can tag, rename, and sort files into various categories and make them available for public or private use.” This will conceivably help you in managing your backups, etc., with the Maxtor OneTouch III Mini.

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