Saturday, March 11, 2006

16 Gigs of data in a pen drive

Nowadays the floppy drives are out, CD's are soon to follow. The in thing is the external hard disk drives, and the flash drives are the most preferred - making fashion statements and compactable.

Iocell, a Korean company has created a flash drive that can be used to save 16 Giga Bytes of digital data.

The company has been producing its range of USB drives under the name "Celldisk" and the 16GB flash drive also comes under this name.

The pen drive is of the same size as the other drives and is USB 2 compliant.

Click the link below for a photo glimpse.

Gizmag