SanDisk Cruzer Blade packs 16GB in paperclip size
SanDisk today brought out what it says is its smallest-ever USB flash drive. The Cruzer Blade is about as long as a paperclip but holds as much as 16GB of storage inside. It should be small enough overall to fit on a keychain without adding significant bulk.
SanDisk at CES 2009
SanDisk today rolled out its CES lineup with a focus on its USB flash drive range. The Ultra Backup is characterized as the first plug-in USB jump drive to have a button-activated backup feature that automatically syncs information between the host computer and the removable storage. It also lets users lock down longer-lasting information with password protection and AES encryption performed entirely in hardware.
SanDisk Cruzer Ent for Mac
SanDisk today reached out to the smaller but growing base of Macs in business with an updated version of the Cruzer Enterprise. The USB drive's 256-bit AES encryption now works with Mac OS X Tiger or Leopard and lets these Mac owners access the locked-down portion of the storage and manage passwords without using a Windows PC. Adding support now lets Mac users bring their drives to Windows PCs, or vice versa, without having to either disable security or use insecure drives, SanDisk claims.