Appearances can be deceiving, as with the Segon Turbo Flash Drive. It looks pretty much like your standard DDR RAM at first glance, but upon closer inspection, you will realize that this is actually a USB flash drive. The small size makes it extremely portable, and it supports Windows Ready Boost to give you that added ‘oomph’ when you run low on physical memory on your computer. There is no cover to lose (which is a good thing as stuff gets smaller and smaller these days) as it utilizes a unique push-pull design that make plugging in the Segon Turbo Flash Drive a snap. I think miniaturization is a good thing as logically, the product manufacturer will release them in smaller packaging which should reduce our trash count somewhat. Available in 2GB and 4GB capacities, you can pick them up for $12 and $20, respectively.
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