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Crucial Gizmo! 128MB USB Flash Drive

Company: Crucial
Product: Gizmo! 128MB USB Flash Drive
Street Price: $52 USD
Date Reviewed: September 11, 2003
Reviewed By: Joey Chao



Using a floppy drive can get very annoying, especially since they are only able to hold a small amount of data. In addition, not everyone has a floppy drive anymore, so the computers that you can use a floppy on are becoming limited. As a matter of fact, I do not have a floppy drive on my main machine and have not used one for a year. The problem with this is that if I want to transfer data from one machine to another (for example at school or work), it either has to be e-mailed or burned to a CD. Wasting a CD to transfer a 80MB file or some pictures is a waste and some of my e-mail accounts do not allow over a certain amount of data to be e-mailed at once.

Recently we have seen a huge movement towards being able to transfer data on the fly. USB flash drives are not really that new, but an increasingly popular market as they should be since USB is here to stay and will eventually phase out legacy ports all together. Today, we have the opportunity to take a look at a flash drive from Crucial. The Gizmo! as they call it, is able to store up to 128MB of data and transfer the information via USB (universal serial bus).


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