Usb Flash Drives

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Individual Components in A Quiet PC - Secondary Storage - Solid-state Storage - USB Flash Drives
... Where a motherboard supports booting from USB drives, they can be used in a similar fashion to CF cards to run the OS ... As they both use flash memory, they have the same advantages and disadvantages, however speed is limited by the USB bus ...
SanDisk - Products - USB Flash Drives
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San Disk Cruzer - Comparison With Other Portable Storage - Encryption and Security
... As highly portable media, USB flash drives are easily lost or stolen ... All USB flash drives can have their contents encrypted using third-party disk encryption software, which can often be run directly from the USB drive ... Some manufacturers have produced USB flash drives which use hardware-based encryption as part of the design, removing the need for third-party encryption software ...
San Disk Cruzer
... A USB flash drive is a data storage device that includes flash memory with an integrated Universal Serial Bus (USB) interface ... USB flash drives are typically removable and rewritable, and physically much smaller than a floppy disk ... As of September 2011, drives of up to 256 gigabytes (GB) are available ...

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