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OCZ Ultra-Slim 1GB Mini-Kart USB 2.0 Flash Drive

Company: OCZ Technology
Product: OCZUSBM-1GB
Date Reviewed: June 5, 2006
Reviewed By: Jason Rabel

 OCZ Ultra-Slim 1GB Mini-Kart USB 2.0 Flash Drive

Introduction:

High speed USB flash drives are a huge market with prices constantly falling and capacities ever increasing. These drives provide a rewritable, dependable, and portable medium for consumers to transport files between PCs or other devices. Capacities of 2GB or even 4GB is not uncommon for these tiny little solid-state drives. With plug-and-play for any modern PC or Mac OS there are no extra drivers required, simply plug in the drive and it shows up as another disk ready to use.

Continuing on the success of the OCZ Rally dual channel flash memory drive, the OCZ Mini-Kart is marketed as a being ultra-thin & lightweight and "small enough to store in your wallet". The Mini-Kart is the smallest USB flash drive that I have ever seen, it almost boggles the mind that something so small can store up to 2GB of data. Size is only half the picture, equally important is how well the drive performs.

The Mini-Kart housing is 2.8mm thick, making this compact unit small enough to store in your wallet, ensuring that it is always handy to access or transfer documents, music, pictures and videos from your home or work computer. As a result of the incredibly thin Mini-Kart profile you’ll never have to unplug surrounding USB ports to make room, a common problem with many oversized competitor drives. The Mini-Kart has a highly durable USB connector that is designed to be exposed without any issues.

 





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