Patriot has just announced the development of a Type-C USB flash drive for the new Macbook, Google Chromebook Pixel and other Type-C equipped notebook and systems. It seems we will start seeing many Type-C devices come out this summer as USB Type-C connections start showing up on more devices.
Toshiba’s Digital Products Division (DPD), a division of Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc., today introduced the Toshiba Encrypted USB Flash Drive, a device that utilizes a hardware based encryption process to deliver a robust, secure (military grade AES 256-bit encryption), easy to use and affordable solution to safely make sensitive data portable. Ideal for enterprise companies, government agencies and concerned consumers, the Toshiba Encrypted USB Flash Drive offers a higher assurance of security.
ADATA Technology, a leading manufacturer of high-performance DRAM memory modules and NAND Flash applications, launches a new UC340 USB flash drive. The Choice UC340 flash drive features trim geometric lines and a clean glossy finish.
Patriot has just announced their brand new Supersonic Bolt XT USB 3.0 flash drive. The Supersonic Bolt XT brings high performance and hardware encrypted data security together like never before. Using built in FIPS 197 compliant hardware-based 256-bit AES security, the Supersonic Bolt XT is like having a personal Fort Knox in your pocket. The drive locks down and reformats after 10 consecutive failed password attempts.
Corsair, a world leader in high-performance PC hardware, today announced the ultra compact, low-profile Flash Voyager Vega USB 3.0 flash drive. The slim, thumb-sized drive is less than 5mm thin and 24mm long including the built-in key ring loop, making it a perfect keychain companion for data transfers on the go, or an ideal plug-and-leave storage solution for notebooks, car audio systems, game consoles, and other devices.
You know that time when you wanted to watch that movie or series that you had on your standard flash drive and wanted to watch it on your tablet only to remember that your tablet doesn’t have a standard USB connection. Totally Uncool, until now.
USB flash drives have been around for quite a long time and are great for easily storing and transferring files. The mobile devices that we have these days have limited storage and with some you have the ability to add a USB storage, but with most devices this is not possible. Well SanDisk has come up with a great product that not only gives you USB storage but also wireless storage for your mobile devices as well. It is the SanDisk Connect Wireless Flash Drive, which looks like your ordinary flash drive, but also allows you to stream content wirelessly to up to 3 devices at once! Read on as we take a look…
Kingston has just announced their DataTraveler microDuo, which features a dual interface. This small form factor USB drive will pack in a normal USB connection as well as a smaller microUSB connection for portable devices like tablets and smartphones.
Silicon Power has announced their latest line of the retractable flash drives. Being one of the leaders of their field of storage solutions, they have presented the all new USB 2.0 Ultima U05 and USB 3.0 Blaze B05. We expect most of the tech items to be quite flat and bland in looks and outer appearance but these flash drives are something which will catch our eye and are surely going to satisfy the customers who want some trendy touch to their technology.
Team Group began working to release their Mobile USB storage series. Tagged as the M132 UFD, the newest device has been equipped with a dual interface which extends support for all smartphones and tablets. You can now have your own little storage space with the USB On the Go function fully supported. To top it all up, the light weight of the device enhances its portability and allows for maximum functionality.