Solid state thumb drives

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Solid state thumb drives

Postby taraswizard » Mon Mar 13, 2006 8:21 pm

Called 'Thumb drives' or 'mini drives', they are portable removable solid state devices holding largish amounts of non-volatile memory, typically configured to plug into a USB port. Handiest gadgets introduced in the last few years. I bought a 256 MB one on sale last fall that I thought I would have minimal use of, and now I wish I had another one and/or a bigger one 512 MB would be cool. Good for storing largish video files or any really. They're handy and if you have one you'll think of uses for it. taraswizard
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Re: Solid state thumb drives

Postby danlo60 » Tue Nov 14, 2006 5:29 pm

sounds very cool! *****
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Re: Solid state thumb drives

Postby Damelon » Thu Nov 16, 2006 2:25 pm

I've got a 1GB thumb drive that I carry on my keychain for work. They issued me a 2GB one a couple of weeks ago but it's sitting unopened in the desk since I haven't come near to filling up the first one yet. <i></i>
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Re: Solid state thumb drives

Postby Avatar » Fri Nov 17, 2006 5:39 am

: I'd love a flashdrive with more capacity. I carry around a 64mb one wherever I go, and since my work is pretty much exclusively in text, it's usually more than enough,but sometimes i just want more space. : Can't really justify the expense though, even though they're not too bad these days. (The one I have was free.)

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