"For people who are familiar with our other products, it's like a miniaturized version of a Zip drive." Product manager David Tietjen. With adaptors, the 40 megabyte little disks can be used in laptops and desktops... PCs or Macs. And Iomega is working with manufacturers to create all kinds of devices that will use Clik! ... .
"I mean look at digital imaging, look at digital audio MP3 players. To take this type of form factor and you can start introducing it into all of these other digital electronic devices is really very exciting." Agfa, for instance, sells a digital camera with a built in Clik! drive. My only disappoint with that is the drain on batteries. But Clik disks are less expensive. A standard? I'm still looking... .and hoping. You can find more information where our digital files are stored... .at ThirdAge.com. Bootcamp, I'm Fred Fishkin for CBS News.