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Wednesday, 24 June 2009 16:44

Buffalo shows impressive flash drive

Written by Slobodan Simic


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16GB in an 18x18x8mm shell

Buffalo
has announced a new 16GB addition to its RUF2-PS line of USB flash drives.

This line of flash drives is bit bigger than the USB connector itself, and it is almost unnoticeable when plugged in which makes it a perfect candidate for some additional storage on netbooks. As mentioned, the drive has 18x18x8 (WxHxD) dimensions and weighs only 3 grams. The entire lineup is available in 2, 4, 8 and now 16GB capacities and can be found in black, white or red.

Unfortunately, Buffalo has not announced the price for this drive, but it should be known pretty soon since it should start to ship this week.

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