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Silicon Power put microSD card reader on USB drive

Again we ask, why wasn't this done before now?

| Connectivity & Communications News | Posted: Sep 23, 2008 12:47 am

If memory serves correctly, this is one of those products where you need to wonder why it wasn't done before now.

 

Silicon Power today introduced its black anti-scratch Ultima 155 USB flash drive in capacities of 1GB, 2GB, 4GB and 8GB.

 

Silicon Power put microSD card reader on USB drive

The difference with this pen drive is that it includes a microSD / microSDHC card reader at the end of it. While it would be nice to see a pen drive that was able to accept SD and other flash cards, microSD is really the only type of flash that works due to the size.

 

Still, we reckon this is a great idea especially since microSD is gaining in popularity in portable devices. You can read more information over at the press release, which is here.

 

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