Transcend, best known for affordable flash media, introduced new line of flash drive to the Jetflash family. The pure white Jetflash V33 is ultra compact (60mm x 16.5mm x 8.1mm) and only weight in 7g. Size is available in 1Gb, 2Gb, 4GB to 8Gb and comes with a lifetime warranty. It supports Windows® Me / 2000 / XP / Vista, Mac OS® 9.0 / OS X and Linux® Kernel 2.4.2 or later. Being the Jetflash family, users has the luxury to download the Jetflash Elite software packagedeveloped to help managing data and increase productivity on the go. The JetFlash elite includes eight handy functions: AutoLogin, PC-Lock, Mobile Favorites, Secret-Zip encryption, Mobile E-mail, DataBackup, Online Update and the My JetFlash browser.
It connects via USB, and compared to some of the other USB watches I have seen, this one actually has some class to it. It’s still kind of ugly with that large blank space at the bottom of the face, but it’s a step in the right direction.
I don’t know if the USB cable is built in, or if there is a mini USB female port in the side of the watch where a cable would connect the watch to your PC. Regardless, I like the idea of combining flash storage with other objects of use, just carrying a flash drive, its easy to lose, but put that flash drive on your wrist and make it both a fashion accessory and a functional time-telling device, and you are far less likely to forget or lose it.
Flash drives have been doused in Swarvoski crystals, hidden in chapstick tubes and turned into a humping dog, yet I have seen few that seem as soft and cozy as these two. Generally I'm not that into cool flash drives, but with these are so completely different than the others I have seen that I would love to own them both.