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The World's First Usb Flash Drive

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Leo Choo By Leo Choo on
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Would you you imagine how much a thumb drive would cost you 7 years ago? It will make you poorer by 20 dollars. And you will only get 64 MB of storage memory.At that time, it was considered a novelty item to own.The world has never witness a portable solid flash memory drive encapsuled in a plastic casing which you can plug in and out from a USB socket. What a convenience piece of device compared to the bulky floppy disc that was ubiquitously used as a data storage media at that time.

Even though 7 years have lapsed since I first lay hand on this drive, it still works perfectly.It never ever fails me, not even once.The special feature on this drive which is hard to find on other USB drive is the security feature that it possesses.One would have to key in a password in order to access the data stored in it.SO you can rest assured that your sensitive and confidential data are safe from prying eyes should you lost the drive.Another barrier of protection comes in the form of a mini switch located at its rear which make your data safe from virus attack.I bet you can't find this featureon any of the USB drives nowadays. For this reason alone and despite the fact that it is only 64 MB of memory size, I am still using it to store all my non-graphical and text data.Maybe it can fetch a very good price if I auction it at eBay.