[clug] Wanted: Transcend Jetflash USB Key

Basil Chupin blchupin at tpg.com.au
Fri Jun 4 09:27:08 GMT 2004

Alex Satrapa wrote:
> http://arstechnica.dealtime.com/xCP- 
> Transcend_512MB_Jetflash_2.0_(ts512mjf2a)_Flash_Memory~PD-21716434~FD- 
> 96259~kworg-21716434~kw-21716434~linkin_id-3038560~DMT-1~VK-
> I'm looking around for the "Holy Grail" of USB flash keys (or USB Pens  
> they're sometimes called).  This one was reviewed on Ars Technica, and  
> had the following features that I'm looking for:
>  - Fast read
>  - Low power USB (can run from a USB keyboard or unpowered hub)
>  - Write protect switch
>  - Can be used to boot from
> If anyone knows where I can find the Transcend range in Australia, or  
> something that satisfies my requirements, I'd love to know.
> At work we have Apacer "Easy Steno" USB flash keys, but these are high  
> power (500mA!) devices, no write protect switch, and they can't be used  
> for booting.
> Thanks in advance
> Alex Satrapa

Computer Fair, tomorrow (Sat) at the Old Bus Depot. The 256Mb is $105 
(which is the one I have). The 128Mb is about $65.


I am not young enough to know everything.

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