We love superlatives—and right now USB 3.0's super speed is a great one. Also nice? Anything world's smallest. That's what PQI is claiming of their newest flashdrive. But is this thing even relevant anymore?
PQI's new Intelligent Stick USB flash drives may be a boon for those clumsy people, like myself, who often spill coffee on their electronics or get them soaking wet in pockets that let the rain in. I can't think of a time when I've got a gadget too dusty to use, but these tiny flash drives can even cope with that.…
PNY and SanDisk have some pretty slick new offerings on the solid state drives front, inching us ever closer to the time when all new laptops will come with flash hard drives for faster, quieter and more efficient access.
Good news pigs! PQI is releasing a limited edition Fortune Pig Edition flash card drive. It's a 2GB flash drive in the shape of a credit card adorned with dragony-ish Chinese-y designs on the front to make you believe that storing your Firefox bookmarks is some kind of ancient Chinese secret.
The PQI U350 is a flash drive that has the world's first retractable USB connector. Wait, no, that can't be right because SanDisk has been doing it for years. Oh, it is the world's first click-style retractable USB connector flash drive. Damn, PQI, you guys really wanted to earn a world's first title.
Today we're featuring a PQI 2GB SD Card with a free 7-in-1 card reader for $38. With damn near every gadget out there using SD for expandable memory, this might be the perfect spare card to add to your collection. I haven't really heard much about PQI, but an SD card is an SD card, right? For comparison purposes, most…
Taiwanese company PQI (Power Quotient International) augmented its SATA flash drive line with a 64GB model. The storage units, billed as the world slimmest flash drives, consist of 3mm-thin cards that hold huge amounts of data and plug into a Mac or PC using USB 2.0.