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Lexar JumpDrive Mercury sports an E Ink capacity meter

Peter Rojas
01.03.06
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Nah, not the first USB flash drive with a built-in display (you can just scroll down if you want to see another one), but the Lexar's reps here at CES are pretty stoked about theJumpDrive Mercury, a new drive that uses an electronic paper display made by E Ink (you know, the guys who also make the e-paper display used in Citizen wristwatch) that tells you how full the drive is without actually having to plug it into a PC. The genius of using electronic paper is that it doesn't require any power to main the display. Not sure what they'll sell for when they come out, but we did get a few shots of the new JumpDrive Mercury at this evening's CES Unveiled press preview event.

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