The pocket-sized Victorinox SSD offers up to one terabyte of storage capacity along with all the traditional implements.

Victorinox has announced the launch of a new Swiss Army knife called the Victorinox SSD (Solid State Drive) at the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show this week. This product updates the classic design to provide a device indicative of our current needs: a portable drive that can hold one terabyte of data.

The Victorinox SSD supports 256 AES encryption for protecting confidential personal and professional documents, and is equipped to withstand a range of environmental and daily use factors. It can connect to both eSATA II/III as well as USB 2.0/3.0 with a single connector and features a monochrome digital display that shows you what’s on the drive. The Swiss Army knife also comes equipped with a blade, scissors, nail file with a screwdriver tip and LED/laser pointer. Andrea Huder, head of electronics for Victorinox, said:

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