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TrekStor's 8GB CS-D USB micro-drive

Thomas Ricker, @trixxy
June 27, 2006
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Seems like everyone and his monkey has an 8GB USB flash drive these days. Still, that hasn't stopped TrekStor from claiming that their 8GB CS-D USB stick is the "world's highest capacity stick storage device." Hey TrekStor, maybe you forgot about PQI's 16GB U510 or Kanguru's 64GB KFDM flash drive? Oh wait, your $180 drive is based on a shock-mounted, 1-inch hard drive! Well, give us a shout when you hit 12GB, m'kay?

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