“Freshly Baked” Sandwich USB Drive 2GB

http://www.vavolo.com/C/FD-FB-5E_0.JPGThe fresh is always the most appetizing. “Freshly Baked” USB Drive Bread Series is doomed to give you a good shopping appetite with its innovative design and trustworthy quality.

Different to the traditional dull-looking USB drives, “Freshly Baked” is a kind of Mini-bread Quintessence. It’s more than a USB drive, but integrates both practicability and aesthetics –a killingly adorable gift arousing our five senses. Thanks to the “Freshly Baked”, a new untapped gift market of electronic products has therefore been built, refreshingly.

* USB specifications 1.0, 1.1, 1.2, 2.0 compliance support, plug and play
* Transferring rate up to 8Mbit per second at high speed
(Depends on different PC configuration)
* At least 10 years of data retention with 1,000,000 times storage
* Support Mac, Windows ME, 2000 and XP
* Internal memory: 2GB


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  1. 2nd November 2007 | Steve says:
    That "Supports [Mac and Windows]" doesn't say enough. Most recent Linux distributions know what to do with a USB flash drive, even if it's formatted FAT32, NTFS or even FAT16, so why not mention Linux?
  2. 4th November 2007 | Spooky says:
    Cute housings for usb drives is not exactly news. There have been many cuter than this one. I like the really small housings and the ones with attached caps or no caps--say one that retracts. And Dave,of course Linux knows what to do with a flash drive. (As does freeBSD) In fact, one of the best uses of a flash drive is to put Damn Small or Puppy on it and use it as a portable desktop. But face it, they needn't have even have mentioned Mac. Only a Windows user wants a silly-looking usb key like that shown here.

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