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Friday, 29 June 2007 16:31

Flash drives from Good RAM smell good

Written by Nermin Hajdarbegovic
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DCC 2007: Come in three flavors, literally

 

The good people of GOODRAM displayed some interesting USB drives and flash products at DCC 2007.

Their GoodDrive Fresh series USBs are scented, and come in three flavors, orange, apple and strawberry, trust us they really do smell nice. As you can see in our picture, they ran out of strawberry samples pretty soon, since they were the most popular. The tiny rubber coated drives are available in capacities ranging from 512MB up to 8GB.

The second product is their upcoming combo SD card. It's not on the market yet and they still haven't got a name for it. It's a microSD card which can be inserted into a very small USB adapter and serve as a regular USB drive.

The USB adapter also has an orange rubber enclosure for protection. In the pack you will naturally find a MicroSD to SD adapter card. The final price has not been formed yet, but their representative claims it should cost about $3.5 more than a regular microSD card of a similar capacity. Sounds like a fair deal to me.

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