Silicon Power has hoards of flash drives and other storage solutions in its line. The company has added a new product to its line of flash drives called the Unique 530. The flash drive is enclosed in a "green" silica gel material that is pliable and provides a "sporty" style according to the maker. I'm not sure the silica gel has a sporty look, but it should make the drive more rugged thanks to the rubbery nature of the material.
For a long time the wireless dongles that we needed for things like wireless keyboards and desktops were long and fat adapters that often blocked the surrounding USB ports. Thankfully manufacturers have started making those dongles so small you can plug them in and just leave them there. Flash drives today are mostly like those old wireless dongles.
When you look at your keyring right now, what do you see? (Of course, you have to have a keyring for this little test to work out, mind you.) Your keys, from your car to your house, and maybe a little trinket to show how lucky you are. Well, what you need is a flash drive. No, reallly -- that's what you need. Just imagine how cool, and important you'll feel if you've got 32GB of data right there, easily accessible, ready whenever you are to get that next file to your computer, or anyone's computer for that matter. You're already starting to feel better about this, right?
Back in February Corsair unveiled its new Padlock 2 flash drive. The drive has a keypad on the front that won't allow access to any of the data on the drive until the correct PIN number is entered. Corsair has reported that an issue with the security on the drive has been discovered.
Active Media Products has a bunch of different USB drives that work for USB 2.0 and more than a few USB 3.0 drives. The flash drives the company offers often have odd designs. The latest flash drive from the company is called the Key Drive and you can tell what it looks like from the name.
Over the last few years, there have been several high-profile cases in America and Europe where flash drives with confidential data and computers with confidential information were lost. Some of the data was protected by encryption and some of it was not.
No great surprise, but as of April 6th - and a system update - Xbox 360 owners will be able to use USB flash drives to store their profiles, game-saves, demos and other data from the console. Confirmed by Major Nelson, the system will create a user-definable Xbox 360 partition on the drive - up to 16GB in size - and gamers can hook up two at a time for up to 32GB of storage.