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USBs, peripherals take center stage

Posted: 22 Dec 2011 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:USB? flash drive? mobile memory?




Roland USB
Another gimmicky winner for the music loving techy is the 8GB Roland TR-808 Flash Drive. The drive may only be a replica version of the full sized Roland Rhythm composer, but it looks good and fits a fair amount of music.

Roland USB

The 8GB Roland TR-808 Flash Drive.

Zelda Flash Drive
For the true geek, there's hardly a more fitting design than the Zelda Drive. Unfortunately, the rare drive seems to have sold out within hours of being put up for sale online.

Zelda Flash Drive

The Zelda Drive sold out within hours when it was released.

Infinite USB
As the data deluge increases, some people are finding that no matter how good the quality of a USB device, it's the quantity of space on it that counts, with ever bigger capacity sticks making their way to market at lower prices than ever. For some, however, no amount of space is enough, and that's where the Infinite USB Memory (IUM) stick from Infinitec comes in.

Infinite USB

The Infinite USB Memory is perfect for those who loves to save media files.


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