For those of you out there who are already proud owners of Power Quotient International's Cool Drive U350
, the new lineup from the same company probably looks eerily familiar. While the firm
claims that "extra efforts went into differentiating the H series from its siblings by using techniques such as sand blasting, hairline treatment, and mirror finishes," we're not quite buying it. Regardless of looks, the new flash drives tout ReadyBoost compatibility (although it's apparently not likely to yield much benefit
), are available in sizes ranging from half a gigabyte to 4GB, and come pre-loaded with a Webaroo
offline browser that "downloads and saves internet packets of websites" for viewing whilst not connected. Unfortunately, there's no signs of a price nor an availability date, but aside from the still-nifty retractable nature that the U310H, U350H and U339H all rock, there's not much here to hold out for.
[Via PC Launches