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Corsair drops new 64GB Flash Survivor USB drive

Corsair drops new 64GB Flash Survivor USB drive

My first computer was a Tandy from Radio Shack that my parents bought for me one Christmas when I was five. The thing didn’t even have a hard drive and the first computer I had with a hard drive has a few measly megabytes of storage and wouldn’t even hold my IM app today. My point is that we are always needing more storage space and what we think is enough. If your old flash drive is full and you are in need of something with more space, Corsair has announced a new 64GB Flash Survivor USB drive that may be just the ticket.

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Lexar unveils enterprise-class JumpDrive Safe S3000 FIPS validated USB drive

Lexar unveils enterprise-class JumpDrive Safe S3000 FIPS validated USB drive

Keeping the data we put on flash drives and other external storage solutions safe is a concern for many of us. In the world of government and business keeping data safe is an even bigger concern. Lost government flash drives packed with personal data on citizens have been in the news before and presents a big issues for Americans. Lexar has announced a new flash drive that is called the JumpDrive Safe S3000 FIPS to protect sensitive data for enterprise and government workers.

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Steampunk Pocket Memory USB 4GB Flash Drive Is Available but That Doesn’t Mean You’ll Buy It

Steampunk Pocket Memory USB 4GB Flash Drive Is Available but That Doesn’t Mean You’ll Buy It

Steampunk is definitely here, and it's not going anywhere any time soon. Whether you like it or not. And while we've covered it before, this time it seems a bit too much to handle. We love flash drives as much as the next person, and Steampunk is a great design aesthetic, but let's be honest: price matters. Apparently, not everyone got that memo.

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Intel and Micron announce super-efficient 32Gb MLC NAND memory

Intel and Micron announce super-efficient 32Gb MLC NAND memory

Intel and Micron have announced a new high-density, cost-effective memory chip, that could bring down the price of flash cards and USB drives.  The chip uses 3-bit-per-cell (3bpc) multi-level cell (MLC) NAND technology and is manufactured on a 32nm production line; the two companies are calling it "the industry's smallest and most cost-effective 32-gigabit chip that is currently available on the market."

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