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US President Flash Drives? Yes, Really


Mimobot created cartoonish versions of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln with working flash drives.

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IntelliPaper – The Paper USB Flash Drive


Flash drives have evolved significantly over the past few years. There was a time when 64MB of space in a bulky USB package was considered an achievement, and yet now an individual drive can hold upwards of 64GB while being less than half an inch in length. IntelliPaper looks to take the thickness (or thinness) of flash drives to the next level.

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Patriot Xporter XT Rage 32GB Flash Drive Slashed to $32


USB flash drives are getting more and more affordable. Case in point is the Patriot Xport XT Rage USB 2.0 high speed flash drive, the 32GB version of which is now on sale for an amazing $32.

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USB AK-47 Assault Rifle Flash Drive


USB flash drives, as you know, are useful for storing your favorite songs, videos, important documents and more. And it’s certainly interesting when folks come out with new designs for their flash drives, especially when the design is inspired by war gear. The USB AK-47 Assault Rifle flash drive lets you save your data on the go and will also remind you that your boss will kill you if the work isn’t finished on time.

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SanDisk’s smallest USB Flash Drive yet, the Cruzer Blade


SanDisk has just unveiled the smallest USB Flash drive they have ever made. The SanDisk Cruzer Blade is its name, and it’s about the size of a paper clip (the bigger ones) and weighs about the same as a penny (just 2.5 grams); that’s incredibly small and probably way too easy to loose for someone of my age and mental ability to recollect where things are.

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Kanguru Defender Elite is DoD worthy


Kanguru Solutions is trying to entice organizations such as the Department of Defense (DOD) who have recently banned flash drive use by their employees for carrying sensitive information. The ban extended for 15 motnhs and has recently been “partially” lifted.FIPS 140-2 is a rigorous federal security accreditation program, a standard for the encryption used for protecting sensitive government information.

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This PQI USB Flash Drive Pushes Data at 5Gbps


I’ve got some good news and some bad news for all the heavy file pushers in the audience. According to the official specs, USB 2.0 was intended to push data as fast as 240Mbps, but they were able to move this to 480Mbps with a little tweaking. Well, the good news is that this barrier has been absolutely crushed by ...

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REVIEW – Quirky Split Stick USB Flash Drive

REVIEW - Quirky Split Stick USB Flash Drive

It was just a concept when we first heard about the Quirky Split Stick USB Drive earlier this year, but now the dual-wielding memory device has hit production and it is available for sale through the Quirky website for $24.99. What’s the Deal with Quirky? For those of you who are not as familiar with the Quirky business model, the ...

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C-3PO Gets Resurrected as USB Flash Drive


We’ve seen quite a few unique USB flash drives. Some are shaped like pieces of sushi. Some have been made to look like severed fingers. And who can forget about the USB humping dog that later gained some flash storage of its own. While I don’t expect this bot to do anything more than store a document or three, the ...

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Quirky Split Stick: Two USB Flash Drives in One


There’s a good chance that you have more than one USB flash drive kicking around on your desk. You might have separated your data across these drives in an effort to keep them organized. The Split Stick from Quirky expands on this idea by shoving a pair of USB flash drives into a single device. From the product page, we ...

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Going Even Bigger with Kingston 256GB USB Flash Drive


Does size matter to you? Do you think that bigger is better? Do you want to have the largest USB flash drive on the market? Kingston is joining the big boy party with what could quite possibly be their most impressive flash drive to date. The Kingston DataTraveler 300 isn’t particularly special in terms of additional features and highlights. It ...

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