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Kanguru 32GB Flash Max drive

updated 04:00 pm EDT, Mon October 23, 2006

Kanguru 32GB Flash stick

Users who value capacity and compactness over speed or price may be interested in the Kanguru Flash Drive Max, a stick that holds 16 to 64GB and measures a mere 3.6 inches long. The product also touts an aluminum frame and proprietary Windows security software, but the write speed is a miniscule 1MB/s, and the cost is a minimum of $750. At 1MB/s it should take a little less than nine hours to completely fill a 32GB Max. The drive is compatible with USB 1.1 and 2.0 ports on Windows, Mac and Linux systems. You can order straight from Kanguru, or else from third-party retailers like TigerDirect.



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