• Hands-On: Verbatim Clip-it USB Drive

    There’s not much to say here. The Verbatim Clip-it is a slim-style USB flash drive with a little plastic clip on one side. It’s small and cheap enough that it should be considered replaceable because, well, it will get lost. Think a plastic paper clip with a flash drive embedded. Available in 2GB and 4GB sizes at a street price starting out at $12. Click through for another look… Read More

  • Verbatim announces new USB hard drives with displays

    Verbatim announced today that they are releasing a new line of USB external hard drives. Now wait, before you scroll on to the next story, take a look at this thing. It’s got a fairly sexy design, and a new feature that sets it apart from all the other external hard drive enclosures out there: a built-in display. Read More

  • The Verbatim Tough-N-Tiny is a tough, tiny 8GB USB drive

    Yup, that little guy will hold a cool 8GB. (There’s also a 4GB version, in red.) And look a that, there’s a hole so you can stick it with your keys. Thanks, Verbatim! Read More

  • PR message of the week #2: Verbatim

    Reader at points to another excellent example of an odd press release he got this week. Perhaps they fired all the older folks and kept the associates: Want to give your folks, grandparents, friends a special music memory disc this year they’ll play and enjoy? Man are you in luck!! Don’t think just a CD is something they can handle. There’s one that… Read More

  • 10 Days of CrunchGear Giveaways: Verbatim Storage Goodness

    Now that people are getting their winnings, it’s time to drop a few smaller — but not less impressive — items on your heads. How about a 12GB mini hard drive, the USB Store N Go HD from Verbatim? Not good enough for you? How about one of three 2GB Store N Go Flash Drives? Oh, you like that, don’t you, you dirty storage lovers? Read More

  • Verbatim Color LightScribe Discs

    Until HP or some other company finds a way to make optical drives burn color images, these color LightScribe CD-Rs is as close as you’re going to get to adding color to your laser-etched labels. If you’re unfamiliar with LightScribe drives, it’s a technology built into optical drives that allows you to burn labels into the top of specially coated CDs and DVDs. Read More