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Segon designs naked RAM flash drives

10 points for creativity
By: Steve Dougherty | RAM News | Posted: Jan 22, 2009 8:22 am

I felt these worthy of a mention as they do a good job of standing out in the heavily saturated flash drive market and look kinda funky.


Segon designs naked RAM flash drives


Say hello to these RAM-shaped flash drives, designed by Segon. They come in sizes of 2 and 4GB with retractable USB connectors and support Vista's ReadyBoost feature. Dimensions are just 29 x 15 x 4 mm with an almost non-existant weight of 4 grams.


Segon designs naked RAM flash drives


You can purchase a Segon Turbo Flash Drive over at USB.BRANDO. Prices come in at $12 US for the 2GB model and $20 for the 4GB.


The same appearance as DDR RAM, but more ingenious and exquisite, the special mini size makes it easy to carry. Supporting Windows Ready boost improve the overall performance results. Non- cover, but the USB push-pull design technology, not only play a role in the protection, but also make "Turbo " easy to plug-and-play for data transfer and storage. This is a carry-on "memory" and give you the most shocking and cool experience.


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