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    Pexagon Continues its Commitment to “Making Storage Personal” Extending its Hard Drive Line with the First Ever 250GB Custom Laser Engraved Portable Hard Drive.

    Guilford, Conn. - December 5, 2007 – Pexagon Technology is today shipping the world’s first personalized portable hard drive – the Store-It™ Colors 250GB. Combining huge storage capacity, ultimate portability, and custom laser engraving services Pexagon is able to solve two issues commonly plaguing today’s computer users, growing demand for storage capacity and unique device identification. As a result, consumers can now store volumes of digital information and easily identify their data without having to manage multiple devices.

    A huge 250GB storage capacity offers 36% more storage than its predecessor. This increase in capacity enables consumers to store more than 100,000 5-megapixel digital photos, over 60,000 MP3 music files, or over 5 million business documents on a single pocket-sized, portable drive. Increased storage capacity enables users to not only store more digital data, but also enables backup of important data for safe keeping.

    Pexagon’s free custom laser engraving service provides proof-positive identification of device and data. Personalized text engraving enables personal identity, personalized messaging, and the ability to categorize drives and their contents. Logo engraving enables the corporation to adhere to corporate policy by easily identifying company property. Add personalized text, serialization or departmental id, so that devices and data can easily be identified. The MyDrive™ Lost-n-Found service serializes the Store-It Drive enabling the drive to be tracked back to its owner in the event of loss or theft.

    Choose from any of six available colors and combine engraving options to create unique and identifiable solutions. Store-It Colors is available immediately online via the Pexagon Technology, Inc website at www.pexagontech.com with an SRP of $199.99.

    Press Contact:
    Shane Schmidt
    Tel. (203) 458-3364 x 7208
    Fax. (203) 453-6302
    sschmidt@pexagontech.com

    About Pexagon Technology, Inc. Pexagon Technology, Inc. a visionary in personal storage offers solutions to meet the growing consumer demand for larger, more personal storage solutions. With a unique product line of personalized, custom laser engraved storage solutions, including thumb drives, portable hard drives, and backup devices, Pexagon is “making storage personal”.

    Store-It Colors 2.5" Portable Hard Drives

     

    Aggressive commissions and Paypal payouts make it easy to make money while promoting quality products consumers can really use.

    Guilford CT – February 16th, 2007 - Pexagon Technology, Inc. the leader in making storage personal, announces the launch of their affiliate sales program. By offering aggressive 10% commissions and automatic Paypal payouts with an average sale of $100+, it's never been easier to earn money on the internet while promoting quality brand name products.

    Pexagon manufactures personalized portable hard drives and USB flash drives, available in multiple colors with custom laser engraving. Pexagon's USB flash thumb drives are available in 14 colors, 4 capacities (512MB, 1GB, 2GB & 4GB) and offer FREE custom laser engraving. There are no order minimums and no additional turnaround time for personalization. Pexagon's Store-It line of portable hard drives features a "Pro" series, boasting a pocket-sized 2.5" Hitachi Travelstar hard drive inside a hi-speed USB enclosure with one-button backup and award winning Retrospect Xpress backup software. The "Colors" line also features a 2.5" hard drive inside a hi-speed USB enclosure and is available in 5 exciting colors with FREE laser engraving. Both lines are available in storage capacities of 40GB, 60GB, 80GB, 100GB, 120GB as well as the all new HUGE 160GB, in the tiny 2.5" form factor.

    Pexagon not only makes storage personal, but they make earning money easy. Affiliates will be given everything they need to be profitable; from banners to text ads, as well as 24/7 sales tracking. There is not cost to join the program and you can be up and running the same day. Simply visit the affiliate signup site: http://affiliates.pexagontech.com to register.

    Pexagon’s Affiliate Program is perfect for webmasters looking to earn legitimate income by promoting quality products. The program is also great for students and work-at-home internet surfers trying to earn a few extra bucks online.

    About Pexagon – Pexagon Technology is a developer and manufacturer of innovative personal storage solutions with a focus on “Making Storage Personal” by offering quantity one choices in color, capacity, identification, and content. The company and its management have been creating and marketed unique digital products for consumers and businesses since 1986. Pexagon’s products are available direct and through many channel partners, including Dell, J&R, CDW and many others. Pexagon is also the development and fulfillment partner for The Complete New Yorker Hard Drive – a personal storage device that contains 4164 copies of every New Yorker Magazine published since 1925.

    More information about the company can be found at www.pexagontech.com.

     

    - Store-It Thumb Drive line of personalized USB flash now available in 14 colors

    Guilford CT – January 25, 2007 - Pexagon Technology, a developer and manufacturer of innovative personal storage products continues to deliver on its promise of “Making Storage Personal”. The Store-It Thumb drive line of personalized flash drives is expanded from five to fourteen colors.

    Available through the company’s web site, Store-It Thumb Drives are personalized by permanently engraving customer specified information on one side of the USB flash drive. The web interface enables customers to choose a color, choose a capacity, and enter two lines of text to be engraved on the sleek, colorful, aluminum housing – even when ordering just one. Custom logos can also be engraved for larger quantity orders.

    “Since introducing this product and service in 2006, we have been delighted with the marketplace acceptance”, states Brian Campbell, President of Pexagon Technology. “As we have sold into end-user, education, corporate, and promotional product applications, we have responded to the request for an expanded “ship from stock” color selection”.

    The fourteen colors (black, titanium, silver, gold, red, green, purple, yellow, cranberry, pink, light blue, lime green, and chocolate) can be viewed on the company’s web site. Store-It Thumb Drives are available in 512MB, 1GB, 2GB and 4GB capacities, and offer exceptional every day value prices of $14.99, $18.99, $38.99 and $69.99 respectively, All prices include two-lines of personalization. In addition, users may download Store- LockTM security software from the Pexagon website. Store-Lock allows

    for password protection and creation of public and private areas on the flash drive.

    About Pexagon – Pexagon Technology is a developer and manufacturer of innovative personal storage solutions with a focus on “Making Storage Personal” by offering quantity one choices in color, capacity, identification, and content. The company and its management have been creating and marketed unique digital products for consumers and businesses since 1986. Pexagon’s products are available direct and through many channel partners, including Dell, J&R, CDW and many others. Pexagon is also the development and fulfillment partner for The Complete New Yorker Hard Drive – a personal storage device that contains 4164 copies of every New Yorker Magazine published since 1925.

    More information about the company can be found at www.pexagontech.com.

     

    Guilford, Conn. – January 23rd, 2007 – Pexagon Technology is today offering schools a creative new way to raise money while helping to get much needed USB Flash drives in the hands of students and teachers. With this program, schools are able to sell 1GB USB Flash Drive Prepaid Flash Cards with a profit to be determined by the fundraiser. The process is quite simple. Schools may buy prepaid cards at a below retail cost, sell at a price determined by them, and keep the difference for the fundraiser. Alternatively, the fundraiser can take orders and payment for the gift card on custom order forms provided by Pexagon. A consolidated order is placed with Pexagon and prepaid cards are then delivered by the fundraiser.Learn more

     

    Hard-Drive-Based Storage Gives Users Searchable, Pocket-Sized Access to “The Complete New Yorker” Digital Archives

    SAN JOSE, Calif. – November 8, 2006 – Hitachi Global Storage Technologies (Hitachi) today announced that its Travelstar hard disk drive has been selected to deliver 81 years’ worth of The New Yorker content. “The Complete New Yorker” will be available to consumers on a handheld portable storage device from Hitachi channel partner Pexagon, which offers 80 gigabytes (GB) of storage using Hitachi’s market-leading Travelstar 2.5-inch mobile hard disk drive.

    One of the first digital publishing endeavors of its kind, “The Complete New Yorker” is a comprehensive archive that contains every page of every issue of The New Yorker from February 1925 to April 2006, representing more than 4,000 issues and close to 500,000 pages. The New Yorker has evolved the delivery of its archives from eight DVD-ROMs to Pexagon’s 80GB Store-itTM ultra-portable storage device, leveraging the capacity, portability and ease-of- use of hard drives.

    “We are always looking for innovative ways to share The New Yorker’s rich history, humor and intellectual integrity with our readers in a format that’s easy to search and retrieve, and completely portable,” commented Robert Mankoff, president of The Cartoon Bank, a New Yorker-owned company responsible for developing and marketing this and other New Yorker products. “The solution provided by Pexagon and Hitachi enables us to offer every single page, picture, ad, everything, from this magazine’s 81 years of existence into a hard drive that fits into your shirt pocket. That's quite amazing.”

    Delivered on the Pexagon Store-it external storage device, the archives are portable and completely searchable so readers can have instant access to The New Yorker’s unique articles, commentary and cartoons. The archives on hard drive are delivered to customers with 20GB of space leftover for downloads of future New Yorker issues.

    “Pexagon has been a customer for seven years and during that time, we’ve been able to offer end-users reliable and easy to use portable external storage devices,” said Shinjiro Iwata, chiefmarketing officer, Hitachi Global Storage Technologies. “Now, Hitachi hard drives enable Pexagon to offer a convenient delivery mechanism to The New Yorker readers, allowing them to carry around a handheld device, rather than store cartons of magazines in the back room.” Hitachi’s Travelstar mobile computing hard disk drives deliver up to 160GB of capacity along with industry-leading performance, reliability, low-power consumption and excellent shock tolerance, making them ideal as the storage medium for “The Complete New Yorker” archives.

    “The Complete New Yorker” on Hitachi hard drives is available now for a retail price of $299. Ordering information can be found at www.thenewyorkerstore.com.

    About The New Yorker The New Yorker’s blend of reporting, commentary, fiction, and cartoons has garnered 46 National Magazine Awards, more than any other publication. Founded in 1925, The New Yorker has a paid circulation of 1,054,167 and, at 85.8 per cent, the highest renewal rate in the industry. The magazine is edited by Pulitzer Prize winner David Remnick, and its companion website is www.newyorker.com. The New Yorker celebrated its 80th year in August 2005 with the publication of “The Complete New Yorker,” a compendium of every issue in the magazine’s history collected on eight DVD-ROMs.

    About Hitachi Global Storage Technologies

    Hitachi Global Storage Technologies is a storage technology leader, founded in 2003 through the combination of Hitachi’s and IBM’s hard disk drive businesses. Hitachi GST enables users to fully engage in the digital lifestyle by providing high-value hard disk storage in formats suitable for the office, on the road and in the home.

    With its legacy in hard drive invention, Hitachi GST will lead the industry in celebrating the storage technology’s golden anniversary in 2006. The hard drive has had a profound effect on the computing and consumer electronics industries after five decades of innovation. That heritage lives on at Hitachi GST today through products that define the standard for hard drive miniaturization, capacity, performance and reliability.

    With approximately 30,000 employees worldwide, Hitachi GST offers a comprehensive range of hard drive products for desktop computers, high-performance servers, notebooks and consumer devices. For more information, please visit the company’s Web site at www.hitachigst.com.

    About Hitachi, Ltd.

    Hitachi, Ltd., (NYSE: HIT / TSE: 6501), headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, is a leading global electronics company with approximately 356,000 employees worldwide. Fiscal 2005 (ended March 31, 2006) consolidated sales totaled 9,464 billion yen ($80.9 billion). The company offers a wide range of systems, products and services in market sectors including information systems, electronic devices, power and industrial systems, consumer products, materials and financial services. For more information on Hitachi, please visit the company's website at http://www.hitachi.com.

     

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