SimpleTech, Inc. (NASDAQ:STEC) , a designer, manufacturer and marketer of custom and open- standard memory solutions based on Flash memory and DRAM technologies, today announced the introduction of Bonzai USB 2.0 Upgradeable Flash Drive, enabling business professionals and consumers to quickly and easily store, share and transport their PC and Macintosh files.
Consumers can simply plug Bonzai into any USB port to access, transfer and store digital photos, streaming audio and video clips, MP3 music files, documents, presentations, games, applications and more. Bonzai eliminates the capacity constraints of floppy disks and the time-consuming task of burning data onto a CD.
Bonzai USB 2.0 Upgradeable Flash Drives offer a transfer rate of up to 480Mbps and are backward compatible with USB 1.1 and 1.0. Bonzai is available in capacities of 64MB, 128MB, 256MB and 512MB with either a SD or MMC Flash card. For the first time, Bonzai is also available without a SD or MMC Flash card for customers who want to use their own Flash cards or plan to purchase Flash cards separately.
My spin: I love my USB drive, from IBM. However one file on it recently got corrupted and I can’t figure out how to defrag the drive or some other solution!
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