The CLS Mobile Drive, designed by Sylvain Willenz for Freecom, is a pragmatic approach to data organization. If your one of those people who needs to have files and data arranged in a specific order, cross-referenced using your own system of association, then this multi-hard drive can help. Holding up to three drives, the CLS is made of injection-molded plastic covered in form-fitting rubber. There is a slot on the side for inserting labels.
I appreciate the dock design, which always has the imperceptible effect of increasing the convenience of electronics. I was indifferent toward dock designs until my friend gave me his iPod Nano dock; it not only looks cooler, but it is much easier to plug in and eject my iPod. The dock on the CLS would definitely be a convenient way to swap out drives to access the superabundance of movies, music, and applications we have. It was inspired by cassette tapes and floppy drives, which brings me way back.