It's not only the flat panel TVs that are becoming slim and trim. Victorinox, the famed maker of the Swiss Army Knife, showed one equipped with a solid-state drive (SSD), claiming it to be the world's smallest high-capacity SSD drive. This pocket knife and thumb drive combo can connect to both eSATA and USB using a single connector while featuring a monochrome graphic display to show what's stored within. The SSD has read and write speeds of 220mbps and 150mps respectively, as well as security software onboard. Fitting in neatly alongside a knife blade, scissors, nail file, the storage device will be available in capacities of 64,128,256GB—and a massive 1TB.