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Segon Turbo Flash Drive mimics look of RAM module

updated 04:40 pm EST, Thu January 22, 2009

Segon Turbo Flash Drive

Brando is selling a USB flash stick meant to resemble a RAM module, the Segon Turbo Flash Drive. The drive is also equipped with a portable set of software applications, including a security folder along with boot, mail, bookmark, locking and partition and security managers. Windows Vista owners can use the stick as a ReadyBoost device.

The device's shape is roughly 29mm long by 15mm wide, and includes a hole near the bottom for the likes of keychains. The Turbo Flash Drive comes in 2GB and 4GB capacities, and works with Windows 2000, XP and Vista as well as Mac OS X. Prices are set as $12 for 2GB and $20 for 4GB.

[via Coolest Gadgets]





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