InnoDisk releases internal ReadyBoost drive

We've all heard of ReadyBoost and how it can improve performance of Windows Vista. The problem is that it requires you to plug in a flash drive to one of your free USB ports. Since everything seems to plug in via USB, it's something of a pain to keep one tied up all the time.

InnoDisk has an innovative solution. Most people tend to have a free USB header on their motherboard, so why not plug in a ReadyBoost drive directly into the board?

The drive is selling for about $15, which isn't too bad for a 2GB ReadyBoost drive.

InnoDisk ReadyBoost USB Drive Goes Internal [via everythingusb]