USB Flash drives

Ars Technica did a
roundup of USB flash drives
and to mee it seems that the Verbatim Store ‘n’ Go Pro is the one to get.
It’s only negative is that it isn’t bootable.
Unfortunately, the bootable ones either aren’t as cheap, or aren’t as fast.
I found it on sale at
Canada Computers
for $99.
Not bad for a 1 Gig flash drive.
I quickly chacked, and the 1 Gig iPod Shuffle was about twice as much from
Apple’s Canadian store.

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rae

Mac developer

2 thoughts on “USB Flash drives”

  1. I have been using the Apacer Handy Steno 512MB HT202 for the past year and it has been extemely useful at work. I just bought a 2GB HT203 as I needed more space. The thing I really like about the Apacer line of USB storage drives is that I can never loose the cap as it is connected to the main device via a cable that doubles as a keychain connector. Oh, and it comes with a useful USB extension cable that has a neat docking station attached.

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