For many who have kept up with video cards of late, you'll certainly recognize the name X-Micro. They have been creating quality video boards for some time and have been making them very "Overclocker Friendly" as well. But they have recently done a little branching out.
This brings us to our victim of the day, the X-Micro APEX USB Flash Stick. It is basically a small plug and play hard drive that easily fits onto your belt, in your pocket or just about anywhere else for that matter. But we'll get into that a bit later.
So, our goal is to discover whether or not this little device has any real worth, and if so, then is it easy to use with little to no fuss. To see for yourself if this sort of thing needs to be a part of your own system, just read on as we take a look at the APEX device!
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