iDisk Diamond - It's Like USB, Only Smaller

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USB keys are so ubiquitous and cheap that manufacturers are forced to riff on form factors and, most importantly, names. The iDisk Diamond is just a chunk of flash memory attached to the leads of a USB key sans metal cowling. Yeah, I just made up all that terminology, but you kind of get the gist of things from the picture: it's a USB key without the case.

128MB at this point, more in the future, and this will definitely get lost in your digestive tract if you eat it.


Tiny USB Drive by Solid Alliance Called iDisk Diamond [i4u]

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