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USBs, peripherals take center stage

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

Keywords:USB? flash drive? mobile memory?

The device looks and feels like a regular flash drive but it actually has no physical memory limitations because it uses wireless technology to connect back to a Host PC and uses the host's hard-disk as its own. By using a laptop's WiFi signal, it simply leverages the machine's capabilities as its own after being paired with a device.

This ensures that data never gets duplicated and also that one never really runs out of space, and Infinitec says multiple devices can be paired with one stick.

The IUM works with any electronic devices which has a USB port, from digital picture frames to printers, to projectors and of course PCs.

Infinite Portal

The Infinite USB uses wireless technology to connect back to a Host PC and uses the host's hard-disk as its own.

It also comes with its own performance monitoring software, allowing users to heck on the device's connectivity status, transfer speed and throughput.

Size matters
It's not just capacity, but also physical size that matters in the world of USB, and it's tough to find a drive that can match the one inch long, 4mm thin Pico USB Flash Drive, with its 32GB capacity.

Pico USB Flash Drive

The diminutive device comes with a chrome/nickel finish and is apparently shock and water resistant to boot.


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