The external or portable hard drive produced by ioSafe can withstand 5,000 pounds of force and up to three days underwater, The Chicago Tribune reported Saturday.
Among the eyebrow-raising offerings and the headline-producing big money deals revealed at the Las Vegas trade show this week, there's still some basically cool stuff, the newspaper reported.
What's cooler than a toy dinosaur with a playful smile that includes 14 motors, 12 touch sensors and a video camera?
The Pleo rb, made by Innovo Labs, reacts to the voice, touch and even the gestures of its handler, the newspaper said.
Polaroid has returned with old-school cool, a digital camera, the GL20, that includes a printer for instant prints. The Concord, Mass., company has also devised a digital camera that doubles as futuristic sunglasses.
Not to be outdone, California ski-goggle maker Liquid Image has a set of goggles that might leave some consumers agog. At a price of around $400, they allow skiers to record their run down the mountain with a built-in video camera.
On Yahoo's Connected TV, consumers will find if they can't remember where they've seen an actor on a show before -- but he looks familiar -- they can search online, while continuing to watch the program, the Tribune said.
Similarly, Yahoo Connected TV makes it possible for advertisers to stop repeating phone numbers 15 times during a commercial. If a consumer is watching an advertisement and wants to make an online purchase right on the spot, Yahoo Connected TV allows for that, too.