Wrangling up USB drives

Subject: Storage | May 3, 2007 - 03:15 PM |
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HotHardware rounds up 4 of the newer flash drives available on the market.  Ranging from a modest 1GB up to a 16GB from OCZ, they test the transfer speeds to see what they are made of.  Transfer speeds are a big influence if you plan to use these sticks to enable Vista's ReadyBoost, so it can make a big difference now.  If you want size, sometimes you have to sacrifice speed, but as this article shows; that is not always the case.

"Although they are very common nowadays and they all seem to offer pretty much the same functionality, USB flash drives

can actually differ in a number of ways. In this USB flash drive roundup, we take a close look at the features and

performance of a 4GB OCZ Rally2, a 16GB OCZ Mega-Kart, a 1GB Kingston DataTraveler ReadyFlash, and an 8GB Corsair Voyager

GT. Head on over to the site and check them out. You may be surprised by what you see…"

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