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  • Toshiba Upgrades Transmemory USB Flash Drives

    Toshiba Upgrades Transmemory USB Flash Drives


    Windows Vista users will be happy to know that Toshiba has announced the U2K line of Windows ReadyBoost Transmemory USB flash drives. In an effort to increase the performance of Vista machines, the new drives will now act as external memory. It’s a good idea, in theory, but I doubt anything will help Vista. The U2K line will be available this October in 1GB, 2GB, 4GB and 8GB ($200)… Read More

  • Lexar ExpressCard SSD Review

    Lexar ExpressCard SSD Review


    Lexar recently unveiled its ExpressCard SSD line, a collection of solid state drives that come in 4GB, 8GB and 16GB flavors. I’ve had the opportunity to test one of the 8GB models extensively over the past couple of weeks and I’m now prepared to deliver my thoughts. Does it deliver? Read More

  • Corsair's Premium Flash Voyager GT USB Drives Go Really Fast


    Corsair announced an update today to its Flash Voyager line of USB drives by adding a “GT” to the end of the name and changing the color from blue to red. Oh, and the company hand picks the NAND flash for each one and is using a new flash controller with enhanced dual channel and interleave memory technologies. What’s all this mean my friends? Put simply: Speed. As the sizes… Read More