Friday, December 5, 2008

Kanguru and OCZ Announce eSATA Flash Drives
The portable flash drive (a.k.a. a "thumb drive," "JumpDrive," "key drive," or "memory key") has long ago supplanted the floppy disk as the primary means of relatively inexpensive, portable media. As a point of comparison, a 2GB portable flash drive can hold as much as roughly 1,422 3.5-inch HD floppy disks. Many actually refer to the portable flash drive as a "USB drive" or "USB flash drive," as the storage device's nearly ubiquitous interface is almost always USB. But not always...