i-FlashDrive: Flash In An Instant!
Former data storage devices like the floppy disks and CD-ROMS are no longer in the trend, since USB Flash drives were developed in 2000. USB flash drives are memory data storage devices that are integrated with Universal Serial Bus interface. It is typically smaller, faster, removable and rewritable. Compared to previous data storage devices, flash drives are handy in less than 30 g.
Today, we’ve enjoyed the usefulness and convenience of USB flash drives in our work. We have known some of the brands of flash drives like Kingston, Sandisk Cruzer and IronKey for a time, but as of this moment there is another kind of flash drive that you might want to consider.
The news about this latest USB flash drive has taken source from a Chinese website. The USB disk with a 30-pin connector is called the Photoflash i-FlashDrive. It features a USB 2.0 port on the other end and an Apple approved applications. It’s oozing with large capacities ranging from 4GB, 8GB, and 16GB to 32GB.
Basically, what makes it different from the ordinary data transfer devices is its sufficient file managing interface that allows you to play media files within the app, backup and restore contacts, copy files, create new folders, store text or voice recordings in one device. In that way, the hassles of the limited memory storage capacity of your iPhone will not bother you anymore. Alternatively, it can transfer and store data for your iPhone when you are in a slow Wi-fi areas.
It will come in the US this July with prices ranging from $95 to $180.
Our users have shown interest in:
- usb flash memory