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OCZ Mini-Kart USB Flash Drive
Posted by News-Bot on June 19th 2006

Progress in today's storage industry is largely about three things:faster , cheaper, and smaller. In each new product generation people are lookin g for items which are either faster, cheaper, and/or smaller than the prod ucts which are currently available. This can clearly be seen in the push for smaller hard drives, higher rotational speeds, and the rapid drop in the price-per-gigabyte of drives. The progress of one of these three fac tors often overshadows the other two; after all, releasing a product which is faster, smaller, and cheaper would be no easy task. This review will be taking a look at OCZ's Mini-Kart USB 2.0 flash drive, a product whic h does not focus on speed or price, but is smaller than almost anything to come before it. This tiny USB flash drive is just a bit larger than a q uarter (43mm x 19mm x 2.8mm) but stores up to 2 GB of data.

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