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Compact SSDs That Outperform The Fastest USB Flash Drives

You might wonder why anyone would actually spend money on a USB flash drive when companies hand them out for free at trade shows. The answer is speed — a free flash drive copies files slower than a tired snail. You can always spend hundreds on a fast USB 3.0 flash drive to speed up file copies, but even the most expensive option can’t compare to the speeds you’ll get from VisionTek’s new compact SSD drives.


Lexar JumpDrive P10 USB 3.0: Australian Review

There aren’t too many reasons you’d buy a high-end USB 3.0 flash drive. Maybe you are a design or graphics professional, transferring hundreds of files on a regular basis where time is money. It could be that you need a combination of incredibly fast flash memory and capacious storage in one drive. Perhaps you just have too much money to spend on fancy PC peripherals. The Lexar JumpDrive P10, available in capacities up to a ridiculous 128GB, is even faster than the Sandisk Extreme Pro.


A Transforming USB Business Card That Shares More Than Just Your Name

Despite countless ways for us to share information online, business cards are somehow still a popular way to pass on contact info. So instead of trying to replace them, the creators of the swivelCard simply found a way to make business cards better with a built-in USB port that lets you share everything from your resume, to a photo gallery, to a video — and not just your name, email address, and mobile phone number.


Sandisk Connect Wireless Media Drive: Australian Review

USB flash drives are incredibly convenient. Moving files from one PC to another has never been so easy. But what if you want to get your media onto a tablet or smartphone? The Sandisk Wireless Media Drive is a hockey puck-sized, battery powered Wi-Fi hotspot that touts 32 or 64GB of onboard storage, letting you access your media on a mobile device without fiddly cables.


A Flash Drive Watch That Always Knows The Time And Available Storage

Even with wireless networks and cloud storage services like Dropbox, there’s still a place in this day and age for manually sharing files on a flash drive. And to ensure you’ve always got one on hand for an emergency file transfer, the silicone Verb watch features four gigs of storage built into a simple but stylish timepiece.


LaCie's Culbuto Flash Drive Wobbles, But It Won't Ever Fall Down

How often do you remove a USB flash drive from your computer, place it somewhere on your desk, and then have it instantly disappear? Too often. It’s one of those bizarre mysteries of — life like socks going missing in the dryer — that LaCie may have just eradicated with its bulbous new Culbuto flash drive.


Kingston Squeezed 64GB Onto This Tiny Android-Friendly Flash Drive

Is this tiny flash drive from Kingston with a standard USB jack on end and a smartphone-friendly microUSB jack on the other the first of its kind? Absolutely not. Is it the smallest we’ve seen to date? Most definitely. When connected to your smartphone — boosting your mobile device’s storage by up to 64GB — it’s small enough to forget about.


The Flash Drive Family That Saves Together, Stays Together

They’re given away left and right as cheap promotions, but if you’re one of those people who can never seem to find a flash drive when you need one, this lovely multi-gigabyte family is always easy to find. That’s because these mum, dad, son and daughter flash drives are docked in a multi-port USB house (or car), ensuring they never stray far from the family’s main computer.


You'll Barely Notice The World's Smallest USB 3.0 Flash Drive

When it comes to prolonging the life of your laptop, there’s no easier upgrade than adding an ultra-compact USB flash drive to expand its storage capacity — particularly if it’s got a small SSD on board. And a company called PKparis is now laying claim to the title of ‘world’s smallest USB 3.0 flash drive’ with its new K’1 that more than looks the part.


Switch-Hitting Flash Drive Works On Laptops And MicroUSB Phones Alike

As ubiquitous as Wi-Fi and mobile data have become, there are still times when you’ll find yourself completely cut off from any and all wireless networks. And inevitably those will be the times when you need to transfer files between a tablet or a smartphone and your laptop. Bluetooth can work in a pinch, but when time is of the essence ADATA’s new DashDrive flash drive plays nice with both USB and microUSB ports.


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