Patriot Memory has announced the launch of a new USB 3.0 drive that is crazy fast and uses a single chip inside. The new flash drive is called the Supersonic and works with the USB 3.0 interface on computers today. The flash drive has a quad channel architecture and is very small and light.
While going into a store and finding a DVD or Blu-ray to rent may not be what's popular anymore, other services like Netflix and Hulu are seeing quite the attraction, thanks to the fact that you don't actually have to go anywhere other than your computer, TV, or maybe as far as your mailbox to watch a movie. Then, there's services like Redbox that allow you to rent a movie for cheap, on a daily rate, and then return it back to the kiosk when your'e finished with it. But, Flix on Stix wants to take that idea, and make it a bit more useful for those who may not want an actual DVD to take home, or have to worry about returning it.
We talk about Super Talent quite a bit with the company always seeming to be offering up a new flash drive or SSD for us to check out. Today that company is back with a cool new flash drive that works with USB 3.0 and offers a virtual PC inside as well. The new device combines Creedo Personal with the Super Talent USB 3.0 Express RAM Cache flash drive.
It seems like every few weeks Super Talent tosses a new flash drive onto the market to lure geeks to part with some of their money for a new and fashionable storage device. The latest offering from Super Talent has surfaced called the USB Pico Mini and the new flash drives come in two styles.
I bet just about everyone knows Sesame Street and has watched the show as a kid, with their kids, or has at least watched the Katy Perry YouTube video where she runs around with Elmo that was banned from the kids show over too much boobage. If you have a kido that is a big fan of some of the Sesame Street characters a new line of flash drives that look like the characters is now shipping.
Silicon Power has unveiled a couple new flash drives that have a pretty finish that will appeal to users that want a drive that looks good and works well. The new flash drives are limited edition and include the Touch 852 Snow Flake and the Luxmini 323 Sparkle. Both of the drives are rather girly looking and if you have a geeky gal in your life, they might make a good gift with the holidays fast approaching.
We first talked about the Keyport way back in 2007 when the thing debuted at $295. The Keyport is a large fob that can hold up to six keys for different needs inside. You can get keys for your car, house, locks, and all manner of other things that need keys.