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OCZ Rally 2GB Flash Drive

Over the past couple of months, we've heard numerous rumors and reports of OCZ Technology venturing into other PC enthusiast areas such as water cooling and flash memory. With this said, today we have one of OCZ's recently released flash drives. Shipping with the 512MB, 1GB, and 2GB 'Rally' flash drives is dual channel technology we've never seen previously implemented into flash memory, and this technology does indeed offer blazing fast read/write speeds.
27 September 2005

Transcend 1GB JetFlash 110

Measuring in at 64 x 21 x 10mm while having a storage capacity of 1GB, the Transcend JetFlash 110 is one of the smallest flash drives we have yet to see. Although this unit may be small, is it fast? You'll need to read the review to find out for yourself as we pair it against four other top-of-the-line thumb drives for our usual read and write testing.
21 June 2005

Ultra Mini Portable HDD Enclosure

Ultra Products, known for their very sharp looking power supplies, has recently started to branch out and offer different types of products such as MP3 players, computer modding accessories, and system memory. In this review, we'll be reviewing their Mini Portable Hard Drive Enclosure 3.5".
12 April 2005

Corsair 512MB Flash Voyager

Corsair, the manufacturers of the XMS high performance DDR and DDR2 memory lines, and the soon to be released XMS XPERT, have been manufacturing a line of flash memory that has been getting a lot of attention lately, the Flash Voyager. In this review today, we will be trying out the Corsair 512MB Flash Voyager thumb drive.
24 January 2005

BYTECC Hotdrive HD-201U2

There have been several times, that for both business and personal uses, we wish there would have been a device as portable as a thumb drive, while offering the storage capacity of an IDE hard drive. The device in this review is a 2.5" IDE hard drive enclosure, which not only includes the enclosure but a leather wallet for housing the unit and a noise-dampening patch.
3 January 2005

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