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SanDisk debuts Connect Wireless flash drive

SanDisk debuts Connect Wireless flash drive

Flash memory accessory-maker SanDisk has just unveiled its new Connect Wireless Stick, a mobile flash drive that allows seamless file sharing between computers and mobile devices. SanDisk boasts that users can stream content like music and HD video to three mobile devices at a time, while a single charge will allow streaming to a single device for up to 4.5 hours. The SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick comes in capacities of 16GB, 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB, and pairs with accompanying apps for iOS and Android.

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USB 3.0 Dram Disk uses free PC RAM to up data speed

USB 3.0 Dram Disk uses free PC RAM to up data speed

Sometimes the few minutes it can take a flash driver to transfer large files from the PC to the drive so you can take them with you on the road seems like an eternity. USB 3.0 flash drives increased the speed at which these file transfers can be performed but if you are looking for even more speed the new Super Talent Dram Disk claims some impressive performance.

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Kingston microDuo 3C USB-C Review – One drive, Two plugs

Kingston microDuo 3C USB-C Review – One drive, Two plugs

One day the tech world will have embraced the USB-C connector - until then, we’re reliant on devices like Kingston’s DataTraveler microDuo 3C USB Flash drive to bridge old and new. The double-sided thumb drive sandwiches between 16GB and 64GB of storage in-between a pair of plugs: a regular USB 3.1 on one end, and a USB-C 3.1 on the other. As a new MacBook user, I’m understandably curious about anything that works around the ultraportable’s notorious lack of ports: read on for my review.

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Kingston microDuo 3C USB Type-C Flash Drive aims for MacBook

Kingston microDuo 3C USB Type-C Flash Drive aims for MacBook

The Kingston microDuo 3C USB Type-C Flash Drive has been announced at Computex 2015, ready and willing to work with your brand new MacBook. This tiny worker is made to connect to USB Type-C ports as well as USB Type-A - so it's versatile. It'll be delivered in three different sizes, 16, 32, and 64GB, so it's made to bring storage to whatever tiny project you have on hand. It'll be delivered later this month - so you're going to be able to pocket it by July.

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SanDisk Ultra USB 3.0 flash drive packs 256GB of storage

SanDisk Ultra USB 3.0 flash drive packs 256GB of storage

SanDisk has unveiled its highest capacity flash drive on the market today packing 256GB of storage in a standard USB 3.0 flash drive. The drive is called the SanDisk Ultra USB 3.0 Flash Drive and it is designed to allow people to carry all their favorite media with them at all times without worrying about running out of storage space.

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Patriot USB Flash Drive goes for dual Type-A, Type-C plugs

Patriot USB Flash Drive goes for dual Type-A, Type-C plugs

As fancy, reversible, and multipurpose as the new Type-C USB ports may be, they are not backwards compatible with any of the existing accessories and flash drives in the market. At least not without an adapter. But with Apple's new MacBook and Google's new Chromebook Pixel solidly behind the new standard, it will only be a matter of time before it spreads like wildfire. It's also the perfect opportunity for device and accessory makers to put out new wares, like what Patriot is doing with its new USB flash drives.

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USB Killer drive is a trap waiting to electrocute your laptop

USB Killer drive is a trap waiting to electrocute your laptop

Everyone is about to get a little bit more careful about what they stick inside their computer after reading this. Hopefully, you already know not to insert a random USB that you find on the ground into your laptop. Random USB drives could be used for phishing or viruses, and now they could be used as a bomb. Meet the USB Killer. It is designed to look like an innocuous flash drive, but inside it packs quite a punch. This little guy is designed to completely fry your laptop from the inside out.

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Toshiba Encrypted USB Flash Drive includes physical keypad

Toshiba Encrypted USB Flash Drive includes physical keypad

The cloud and micro SD cards make toting data around easy, but sometimes a USB flash drive is the best choice. Protecting sensitive data on a flash drive has largely involved creating an encrypted partition or using an application like USB Safeguard. Toshiba is doing away with all of that via its new Encrypted USB Flash Drive, an ordinary flash drive with one big obvious difference: a physical mini-keyboard on the back. With this keyboard, users can enter their passcode and gain access to their otherwise secured content.

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SanDisk Ultra Dual flash drive targets Android phones, tablets

SanDisk Ultra Dual flash drive targets Android phones, tablets

In mid-November, SanDisk introduced its iXpand flash drive for the newest iPads and iPhones, and not to leave Android users in the dust, the company has now taken the wraps off its microUSB-toting Ultra Dual USB Drive 3.0 for Android smartphones and tablets. As its name suggests, the flash drive can connect to two types of devices: Android units with microUSB ports and any device with a regular USB port, something made possible by the inclusion of two different USB connectors on the drive.

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SanDisk iXpand Flash Drive made for iPhone and iPad

SanDisk iXpand Flash Drive made for iPhone and iPad

This week the folks at SanDisk have revealed their newest Lightening port-ready flash drive, made specifically for the newest iPhones and iPads on the market today. This device is aimed directly at iPhone and iPad users who have trouble moving photos and video from their smartphone or tablet to their computer. To do this, it works with an iXpand sync app with the ability to instantly transfer photos and video to the drive without hassle. One plug, sync, transfer, and the user is done.

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VisionTek Pocket USB 3.0 SSDs available in 120GB and 240GB

VisionTek Pocket USB 3.0 SSDs available in 120GB and 240GB

VisionTek has announced the launch of a pair of new pocket size USB 3.0 SSDs that are designed to work with any major computer OS out there. These new drives will support Mac OS X, Linux, and Windows computers. VisionTek says that the performance of these USB 3.0 SSDs rivals the performance of an internal SSD and they can be used as a bootable Windows drive for Macs providing office-on-the-go use.

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SanDisk grabs Fusion-io for flash storage expansion

SanDisk grabs Fusion-io for flash storage expansion

SanDisk is snapping up speed-obsessed flash storage specialist Fusion-io, potentially bringing the company's high-bandwidth PCIe drives to a broader audience of enthusiasts. The deal, worth $1.1bn in cash, will see Fusion-io's technology brought in-house at SanDisk, though it's not been met with universal approval.

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