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Yves Behar revamps line of portable external hard drives

Fits in the palm of your hand

Ever at the forefront of tech design, Yves Behar and his studio fuseproject has lent his talents to computer data storage company Western Digital and its popular My Passport line, giving the small, portable external hard drives a sleek, colorful makeover.

Measuring just 3.21 by 4.33 inches (and only 0.64 or 0.85 inches thick, depending on capacity), My Passport fits in the palm of your hand, making it a convenient—and not to mention, good-looking—solution for storing all your photos, videos, music, documents, or any of your projects, really, and taking them with you wherever you go.

Available in a range of capacities and six vibrant colorways, the drives feature a durable shell, one half of which is shiny and smooth, and the other rubberized and textured with a diagonal ridge pattern. Prices begin at $64.99 for the 1TB model and go up to $139.99 for the 4TB version. My Passport offers automatic backup capabilities, password protection, and a two-year limited warranty.

Via: Design Milk