There can be only one?

Subject: Storage | December 13, 2005 - 08:43 AM |
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PureOverclock provides some much needed help with buying flash drives.  With literally dozens of makers providing them now, all at different prices, is there really a difference, or are you just paying for the name and the colourful finish on the body of the drive? 

'In this round-up I'll be looking at six USB flash drives, some no frills but with a price worthy

of consideration and others with all the bells and whistles some out there may find essential. On

test are the following drives: Corsair Flash Voyager; Crucial Gizmo; Geil David; Kingston

DataTraveler II + Migo; Kingston DataTraveler Elite, and the OCZ Rally'


Here are some more Storage reviews from around the web:


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STORAGE

previewed @ The Inquirer

  • CompactFlash Card
  • Roundup: 1GB Models @ PCstats.com

  • TARGET="_blank">Vantec Nexstar3 USB/eSATA Hard Drive Enclosure @ Big Bruin


  • Vantec 701A HDD Cooler @
  • Techgage

  • Flash
  • RoundUp @ SweMod

  • TARGET="_blank">X-Micro DisGo @ Overclockers Online


  • HREF="http://www.a1-electronics.net/PcHardware/Various/2005/4th/Vantec_NexStar-GX_Dec.shtml"

    TARGET="_blank">Vantec NexStar GX external IDE hard drive enclosure @ A1 Electronics


  • X-Micro Mini
  • DisGo @ Legion Hardware


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