2GB USB Flash Drive Review

Posted: Jun 2 2003, 9:41pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 1:50pm CDT, in News | Portable Devices

2GB USB Flash Drive Review
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EnvyNews writes:
A USB Flash Drive like none other, this one holster’s a 7MB/sec shooter with USB 2.0 bullets. By far the fastest NAND Flash drive to grace our fingertips, and we’re only getting started in the multi-gigabyte war.
A quote from the review:
“PenDriveUSA is a little known firm that does what few other Flash drive firms do – make their own hardware. As with the hundreds of other Flash drive companies out there, only a handful actually make and hold patents to their technology. PenDriveUSA is one of these rare firms, and they specialize in a number of interesting Flash drives. The review item in question today is their flagship product - a Pen Drive Plus 2.0 2GB. This drive boasts 2-Gigabytes of Flash storage at a whopping 7MB/sec transfer rate over USB 2.0!”
Full Review Of Pen Drive Plus 2.0 2GB

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