Secure in it's dual personalities
Subject: Storage | February 15, 2007 - 02:51 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The OCZ Dual 1GB SD card is a pretty handy little storage device. It offers the benefits of a Secure Digital card, and by removing a cap it becomes a USB memory stick. While the speed doesn't quite match up to the fastest SD cards out there, the multiple interfaces balance that out. Head to techPowerUp! for more info.
"OCZ's Dual 1GB SD-Card is a hybrid approach to giving you the optimum connectivity on an SD card. You can use the card either
like any regular SD card or after removing a little cap like a USB stick. The card is rated at 80x speed which is about 12
MB/s. OCZ is selling the 1 GB version for about $40 which is a good price considered the added functionality of the product."
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