TwinMOS are showing off a new family of "super-mini USB2.0 Mobile Disk B1" flash drives this week, these being very slim and convenient (dimensions of 42.6×14.7×2.8mm) but boasting a large capacity of 8GB. Of course they'll work a charm with Windows Vista, and also come in a range of colors.
Grab the official announcement from TwinMOS for full info folks.
?7 August, 2007, Taipei?Following the slim and lightweight trends of current computers, consumer electronics and communication products, consumers are increasingly aware and sensitive to the design, fashion and convenience of products. Based on the operational philosophy of "Value Built on Professionalism" and its superior RD capacity, TwinMOS Technologies has successfully developed the super-mini USB2.0 Mobile Disk B1 for Windows Vista by subverting the style and size limitations of traditional USB disks to fulfill the consumer's expectation.
Last updated: Dec 4, 2019 at 01:47 pm CST
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