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Windows 8 runs off a USB flash drive

04/15/2011, We do know that the Windows 8 operating system has experienced a leak not too long ago (just three days or so actually), and here’s another nugget of information that you might find interesting – Windows 8 is capable of running off a USB flash...

Revolver USB flash drive is not the smartest gadget idea

03/19/2011, If we have a tip for frequent flyers, then it would be this – make sure your electronics look non-threatening, and a prime example of what NOT to bring on your flight would be the revolver USB flash drive you see here. Despite boasting enough space...

Victorinox Slim and Slim Duo set to debut

01/18/2011, Victorinox intends to keep the Secure SSD company with a couple more additions – the Slim and Slim Duo USB devices that ought to provide you with peace of mind whenever you decide to store your data on them. The Slim range comprises of advanced USB...

AA USB concept battery features built-in USB storage and charging

01/17/2011, We’ve seen AA batteries that could be juiced up by a USB port before, but what about a AA battery that features a USB flash drive inside it? This concept battery features a USB port at one end that can be retracted, adapting to the scenario you need it...

SanDisk Cruzer Edge USB flash drive

01/05/2011, [CES 2011] Phones aren’t the only devices around that come in a slider form factor, as USB flash drives do adopt the same approach from time to time as well. One of the models we’re talking about would be the SanDisk Cruzer Edge USB flash...

Patriot Supersonic USB flash drive touches USB 3.0 mark

12/13/2010, With a name like Patriot Supersonic for a USB flash drive, you can be sure that it is travesty if it does not sport USB 3.0 connectivity. Good thing for folks who purchased it then that that is the case. Theoretically, the Patriot Supersonic series does...

PQI Intelligent Drive U826 features Santa Claus

10/22/2010, PQI will be rolling out their exclusive limited edition Intelligent Drive U826 this coming Christmas, so what better way to do so than by throwing in a Santa Claus design as well? Boasting special COB packaging technology, this rugged little USB number is...

A-Data offers NBA 2010 flash drives for fans

10/18/2010, For those of you who can’t get enough of basketball knowing that the NBA 2010 season is about to kick start, A-Data will be offering a new batch of 4GB USB flash drives that will come in custom jerseys of all seven top teams in the NBA. Among them...

ADATA S007 military-spec USB flash drive

10/13/2010, Is there a reason for ADATA naming their military-spec USB flash drive as the S007? Does this has something to do with James Bond, simply because just like the fictional super spy, this model is tough as nails and simply refuses to die? Not only is it...

Harris BlackJack USB drive to aid computer forensics

10/04/2010, The Harris BlackJack USB drive will be a device that aims to aid the field of computer forensics, where it will go about searching and cataloguing targeted information on suspect computers. You will be able to configure it to search for specific data or...

Luke Skywalker and Han Solo Stormtrooper Mimobot flash drives

09/21/2010, Are you an avid collector of Mimobot flash drives? You can now add a couple more models to your collection with Luke Skywalker and Han Solo Stormtrooper models, where they will be part of a limited edition and online exclusive range. There will only be...

Kingston DT Ultimate 3.0 USB 3.0 Flash Drive Announced

09/14/2010, We’re already looking forward to the day where USB 3.0 is as commonplace as USB 2.0, and now Kingston has moved us one tiny step closer towards that dream with the announcement of its DataTraveler Ultimate 3.0 flash drive which sports a USB 3.0...

MXI Security offers secure 64GB Stealth USB devices

08/10/2010, MXI Security knows how much importance you place on your data, which is why it has delivered its latest range of 64GB Stealth USB devices, which would be the Stealth M-Series and the Stealth MXP Bio. Targeting government customers (guess home users are...