EDGE Tech Corp releases new 32GB flash drives


EDGE Tech Corp should be a familiar name by now to most of you out there, where this supplier of DRAM and flash memory upgrades, portable computing products, storage devices, and other experience-enhancing technology solutions, have just introduced yet a couple more 32GB flash drives to its established DiskGO product range. We’re talking about the DiskGO Mini which was specially designed for convenient, easy-to-use storage, while the DiskGO Backup will come with innovative automatic backup software. It really depends on your need at that moment on which model you’re supposed to pick up, so do make sure you know what you’re getting into before forking out your hard earned dough for either.

One thing that we love about the advancement of technology is this – storage capacities will continue to increase in size, while the physical form factor of said device starts to decrease itself. Online cloud storage is also gaining traction among consumers and businesses of all sizes, and both of these new devices will conform to such trends. The DiskGO Mini certainly lives up to its name, measuring just 1.4″ x 1.0″, making it slightly larger than a quarter. Not only that, it also measures under 0.25″ thick and tips the scales at 1/10 of an ounce, which more or less makes it unnoticeable when you’re toting it around in your pocket. Of course, at that size and weight, you also run the risk of losing it without being aware. Added convenience and protection come in the form of an unique sliding USB connector. Each DiskGO Mini comes with CryptArchiver Lite software which protects data from unauthorized use with government level AES encryption.

As for the DiskGO Backup, this model is identical in size to the DiskGO Mini, although you do benefit from a powerful Dmailer Backup software. The initial setting up of Dmailer isn’t rocket science, where it will then go ahead to back up selected files using 128-bit AES encryption. All of these newly created files are automatically backed up whenever the device is plugged in, so forgetful folks need not worry about not keeping to a backup schedule. You also get 2GB of cloud storage for free throughout your lifetime, now how about that.

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Anon Says: December 18, 2011 at 9:33 am

These things are a POS The break on you when you plug them in to a computer.

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