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Iocell PhoneDrive lets you take VoIP on the go

We saw the new Iocell VaccineDrive earlier this week, but Iocell hasn’t stopped innovating in the flash drive market there. Their new PhoneDrive combines flash storage with integrated internet telephony. You just plug it into your PC and a softphone app is automatically loaded from the write-protected partition where it lives. With that you are ready to connect to the world through VoIP.

The drive has an integrated sound card and a retractable earphone. It is obviously small enough to slip into your pocket and carry it with you wherever you go. That means you can use VoIP at an internet café, at the office or anywhere else where you would like the convenience of the service without the hassle of having to set it up.

It measures 7.4 x 2.1 x 0.7 cm. It comes in storage sizes ranging from 128MB to 4GB. No word on when it will make it to market here, though Iocell is reportedly looking for distribution.

Also no word on why they’re featuring it in the company of a tomato… VoIPmato?

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