Transcend 1GB JetFlash 110
Written by Michael Larabel in Storage on 21 June 2005. Page 2 of 3. Add A Comment

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Taking a closer look at the Transcend JetFlash 110, we were most impressed with its diminutive size. The flash drive was substantially smaller than previous JetFlash devices and the Corsair Flash Voyager. A key factor to its petite size, and weight, is the sliding USB connector. When not in use, the connector simply retracts into the flash drive's housing. Like all of Transcend's flash family products, the JetFlash 110 is available in a variety of sizes ranging from 128MB to 2GB; with the model we're looking at today being the 1GB version. To distinguish between the different storage capacities, Transcend has color-coded each model. The 128MB, 256MB, 512MB, 1GB, and 2GB thumb drives are colored yellow, green, blue, red, and gray, respectively.


On the side of the flash drive, next to the Transcend label is a small LED for indicating the usage status. One of the other items Transcend has changed around with the JetFlash 110 is the size of the hole for use with the neck/wrist strap. On previous JetFlash models the hole was rather small, thus it was tedious to slide the lanyard through the opening. On their newest JetFlash 110, however, Transcend has corrected this problem.



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