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Patriot's Launches the Only 128GB Magnum USB Flash Drive on the Market Today! - Patriot's Launches the Only 128GB Magnum USB Flash Drive on the Market Today!
Tue, June 30 2009 | 10:51PM | PermaLink Feedback?
Patriot Memory®, a global pioneer in high-performance memory, NAND flash and computer technology, today announced the release of their new 128GB Magnum USB Flash Drive. Patriot's innovation has made it possible for users to have unmatchable capacity for storing, transporting and securing large amounts of data. Thanks to Patriot’s Magnum series, never before has it been so easy for users to make portable libraries of their favorite movies, TV shows, entire CD music collections and important data; anything the consumer wants to make portable and mobile. At 128GB of storage capacity and the largest USB on the market, the Magnum not only delivers on being the biggest, but also the fastest; producing an amazing 210x read speed or equivalent of 31MB/s data transfer rate. "Patriot is elated to bring the consumer a product that is unprecedented in the market," says Meng Jay, Patriot's Product Manager. "The Magnum gives the consumer unequaled storage flexibility to make video libraries. Even in this age of Blu-Ray movies, you can store at least 14 titles and with the incredible speeds for read and write; the capabilities for storage and compiling information are endless."
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Kingston SSDNow V Series 128GB Solid State Drive - Kingston SSDNow V Series 128GB Solid State Drive
Sun, June 20 2010 | 9:01AM | PermaLink Feedback?
There are pretty much only positive things to say about Kingston's SSDNow V Series 128GB SSD. Sure, you'd always like things to be faster, cheaper, and so on... But considering the current state of solid state drives, Kingston has created a "value" product that still manages to offer solid performance that would make this a good choice for a laptop or desktop computer.
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