New FISH Stick Memory

Posted: Feb 9 2004, 8:41pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:16pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff


New FISH Stick Memory
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FISH is a new universal semiconductor memory card with standard built-in USB 2.0 communications. You can store any kind of digital information on a FISH stick.
FISH are based on USB 2.0 technology that transfers data at a maximum speed of 60 MB/sec (480Mb/sec). The first generation has 2GB of storage capacity.
Supposedly serveral electronics companies will support the new memory stick. FISH is pushed by the UTMA organization.


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