Losing a USB key on a train is all too easy, and a risky prospect if you keep important data on it. But if you find one, think twice before using it: one recent study suggests that it's extremely likely to contain malicious software.
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The mini Canon 5D DSLR flash drive of the other year has a couple of similarly statured friends joining him at the flash-storage convention: an IXUS 200IS compact camera and Legra HD camcorder version. Both have the same retractable USB arms and 4GB of storage, but my heart will always belong to the 5D.
Perhaps Etsy seller Newfocus should recycle some of those old Kodachrome film rolls and charge even more than $US19 for a 2GB stick, and $US24 for a 4GB stick. I'd buy one, and I know plenty of other film-shooters would too.
Someone should inform the fine individuals over at Brando that fashioning a USB drive in the likeness of a padlock doesn't actually make its contents secure.