07/27/2010, If you don’t have a USB 3.0 port on your notebook, your next best bet might be the eSATA port, which is still much faster than your standard USB 2.0 port. The folks over at A-DATA have now come up with the N909 flash drive that supports the USB 2.0 + eSATA combo port that’s commonly found on many modern notebooks. The benefit of the design used by A-DATA is […]
07/21/2010, Kanguru Solutions has just announced its latest in the Defender line of encrypted flash drives, which is the Kanguru Defender Basic. This flash drive offers useful security features such as 256-bit AES hardware based encryption, limited password attempts, 1-year of free antivirus/malware protection, on-chip password matching, and doesn’t need administrative rights to use. By removing the higher end components of its more expensive products, such as remote management and FIPS […]
07/20/2010, So you’ve read about the DiskGO Mini and its super small dimensions, well, the EDGE Tech DiskGO Backup flash drive also comes in a similar form factor except with one added advantage, you will be able to benefit from a powerful Dmailer Backup software that will back up selected files to the device thanks to 128-bit AES encryption, followed by an automatic back up of said files in the future […]
07/20/2010, Toting around huge amounts of data on a flash drive is something most of us take for granted these days, but what if you could do so with a device which is slightly larger than the quarters jingling in your pocket? That’s what happens when you decide to pick up the DiskGO Mini flash drive from EDGE Tech Corp. True to its name, the DiskGO Mini is all of 1.4″ […]
07/13/2010, Sometimes flash drives need to be rugged and withstand a certain degree or physical torture. The folks over at LaCie certainly think so, as the company has just announced its XtremKey, which is a small flash drive that is protected by its 2mm thick metal pipe casing that is sealed with water-resistant screw threads and a rubber O-ring, making it waterproof up to 100 meters. Aside from that, the drive […]
06/30/2010, You’ve probably seen some of the various flash drive designs by MIMOBOT in the past; after all, they’re quite unique. Now the company has released a few new designs in its MIMOBOT Core Series to celebrate its 5th anniversary. The new designs include Isadore, Fairybit, a purple Swirl, and a black RayD81. Capacities will range from 2GB to 16GB. Do any of these new designs pique your interest?
05/04/2010, We’ve seen many Steampunk USB flash drives, but this Waterproof Steampunk USB flash drive does stand out from the crowd, possibly due to its use of various materials including brass, copper, glass and even a genuine quartz crystal. To make things even prettier, it comes with a large glass window, allowing you to view the guts of your flash drive, as well as the crystal. All this beauty comes at […]
04/29/2010, Folks over in Europe looking for a secure USB flash drive will be happy to know that the DataTraveler 5000 USB Flash Drive from Kingston is now available in Europe. We previously told you that this drive is FIPS 140-2 Level 2 certified with Level 3 pending, and offers built-in 256-bit AES hardware encryption for another layer of security. To further enhance the security of your data, the drive uses […]
04/28/2010, The folks over at Lok-it have a solution that aims to help you keep your private files private on your flash drive. The Lok-it secure USB flash drive doesn’t allow the contents of the flash drive to be accessed until you’ve entered the correct password on the drive. Without the password, the drive will not even show up as active hardware, preventing any communication between the host computer and the […]
04/27/2010, Another flash drive amidst the billion other different designs in the market isn’t anything special, but considering that everybody is looking forward to the mass adoption of USB 3.0, we do welcome another USB 3.0 flash drive. Thanks to the speedy connection, this device supports a data transfer speed of 400MB/s. There isn’t any information on pricing or availability at the moment.
04/19/2010, If you thought that Corsair’s (already very rugged) Flash Voyager flash drives aren’t rugged enough for you, you’ll be happy to hear that the company has officially announced the 32GB and 64GB variants of the Flash Survivor GTR USB 2.0 flash drives. Speed is still the name of the game, with read and write speeds of 34MB/sec and 28MB/sec respectively. The drives should available immediately via Corsairs resellers and come […]
04/13/2010, If you’re having trouble convincing your friends that you’re fabulously rich, you might need a few extra trinkets to get the message through. A cheap and simple way to do so would be a USB Dollar Sign Flash Drive that has a fold-out USB connector. Granted it might seem tacky, but it probably gets the message across, and won’t put too much of a dent into your bank account. It’s […]
04/07/2010, Want another Steampunk device to add to your collection? Try checking out the Steampunk 8GB USB flash drive, which certainly matches your criterion, and also comes in an authentic looking vintage box. The brass and copper on the flash drive give you that steampunk feel, and there’s even a silver steam train at the back panel. To top things off, there is an amber light in the middle of the […]
04/06/2010, A mysterious USB flash drive was being sent out to gaming companies today, appearing to contain some kind of encrypted message. Obviously it’s a publicity stunt of some sort, but everybody loves mysteries, right? The person on the audio file seems to read out “MOD ZZZ JNQRYD3FRP“ and the words “Cryptography, Isotope, Philanthropy, Hydrogen, Ember, Rebirth” were also available on a document. In the end, it was discovered that it […]