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16GB Iocell CellDisk: world's largest flash drive

Marc Perton
03.10.06
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That 8GB thumb drive not doing it for you? Iocell has the solution, with the 16GB CellDisk, currently the largest flash drive available. Should be just the thing for creating that bootable XP flash drive you've been planning or for carrying around a couple of flicks from one PC to another. Of course, this won't stay the world's largest for long, and we're fine with that. Bring on the terabyte thumb drives, and make it snappy!

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