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flash drive

A storage device comprised of flash memory chips. Although the solid state drives that are slowly but surely replacing hard drives, use flash memory, the term generally refers to lower-capacity USB drives. See USB drive and flash memory.
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MARKET TRENDS, ISSUES & DRIVERS II-16 USB Flash Drive Advancements: Spearheading Growth II-16 USB 3.
The ability to make perfect copies of up to 22 flash drives at once saves a lot of time and stress, especially when you re traveling on business.
Upon inserting the EncryptStick flash drive into the computer USB port and entering a personal password, users can create an unlimited number of data vaults (folders containing sensitive files) on the flash drive itself, as well as any host computer, removable hard drive or writeable media.
You can run programs off the flash drive, bringing in your own Web browser or office suite to work or to an Internet cafe.
It can be sent electronically via email or it can be stored on a portable memory device such as a USB flash drive.
Until December 31, 2009, USB SuperCharger can be downloaded from the EasyCo web site at no cost for any USB Flash Drive that is 1GB or less in size.
The USB flash drive market analysis is provided for the international markets including development trends, competitive landscape analysis, and key regions development status.
Imation said the Clip Flash Drive offers password protection and is broadly compatible, enabling files such as business documents, MP3s and photos to be transferred, shared and stored.
The Flash Drive reference design is the first step in a two-phase project.
Flashkaps[R] is an excellent replacement cap that will protect your flash drive.
Both programs work with the Microsoft Windows Vista operating system, and the flash drive allows users to take advantage of Windows Vista ReadyBoost technology that can be used to speed applications and boot-up time for Windows Vista systems.
INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY & PRODUCT DEFINITIONSStudy Reliability and Reporting Limitations I-1Disclaimers I-2Data Interpretation & Reporting Level I-2Quantitative Techniques & Analytics I-2Product Definitions and Scope of Study I-3Hard Disk Drive (HDD) I-3Solid State Drives (SSDs) I-3Optical Media Storage Devices I-3CDs I-4Digital Video/Versatile Disc (DVD) I-4Blu-Ray Disks I-4Flash Drive I-4USB Flash Drives I-4Memory Cards I-4II.