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Portable Storage in the Palm of Your Hand from Soyo

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Cameron Wilmot
Published Fri, Oct 18 2002 4:20 AM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Jun 16 2020 4:29 PM CDT
Mark Smith over at Sudhian has posted a short review of Soyo's Cig@r Pro portable USB 1.1 storage device. This thing not only looks cool but is able to hold anywhere from 16mb to 1GB of data with password protection and happily, no need for the installation of drivers under Windows XP and 2000.

In the past year, Soyo has quickly risen from an OEM company to one specializing in feature-rich, performance oriented motherboards. Their Dragon line has won awards from reviewers around the world, and each release is better than the last. Sudhian has given high honors to more than one of these offerings in the past. Now, it seems, Soyo has decided to enter the realm of portable mass storage devices. Though built by a small Taiwanese company, the Cig@r Pro is distributed and sold in the U.S. by the much larger motherboard manufacturer.
More information @ Sudhian Media

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