Lexar JumpDrive Mercury 1GB Review


eInk Pendrive
We previewed the Lexark eInk Flash Drive when it was first seen at CES 2006, our friends at EverythingUSB have got the actual device and done an interesting review of this useful use of eInk.

“It’s 7:25am, and you’re about to be late for work. The company board meeting is today, and everyone’s eager to see that video presentation you’ve worked on at home. Do you know where an empty flash drive is? Enter the JumpDrive Mercury from Lexar, a secure flash drive with a capacity meter on the side that gives you a rough estimate of how much storage is available.”

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SD Cards with eInk Displays » Coolest Gadgets Says: November 13, 2006 at 5:20 pm

[…] I only vaguely remember the days of floppy disks, you know, those annoyingly large squares that would break at the first sight of a magnet and only held a pitiful 1.5 MB. Now you can get gigabytes of storage in something the size of your thumb, problem is you don’t actually know how much of that storage you’ve used without plugging into a computer. It’s not that hard of a task, but having the current amount of space left always displayed on the drive would be pretty awesome. This technology is already in thumb drives and on its way to SD cards thanks to A DATA. […]

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