The Swiss Army knife has been known for years for its incredible versatility. Traditionally, it packs a a huge range of accessories, such as: a bottle opener, saw, nail file, flashlight, numerous knives, scissors and more. However, Victorinox, the company that produces the knife, has recently made a tech-savvy addition that could be a sign of things to come.
In April, Victorinox will release a knife that contains a flash drive with 1 terabyte of memory. To put this into perspective, in 1993, the entire sum of Internet traffic only accounted for 100 terabytes.
According to an article in the Vancouver Sun, one terabyte is enough memory to hold 220 million pages of text, two years of non-stop music or 330,000 photos at three megabytes each.
Computer technology and knives are somewhat of a strange mix. What do you think? Would you want a Swiss Army knife that also had a portable hardrive? Let us know by sounding off in the comment section below.