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Wednesday, 03 December 2008 15:03

OCZ announces new Crossover flash drive

Written by Slobodan Simic

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With microSD/microSDHC card reader

OCZ has announced yet another product in its USB flash drive product lineup, the Crossover flash drive. Available in 2, 4 and 8GB capacities, the new Crossover comes with an integrated microSD/microSDHC card reader.

The Crossover is a normal USB flash drive that combines the benefits of a USB drive and microSD adapter, which should allow users to easily transfer media from their microSD cards without the need for an extra card reader. The microSD slot will also allow users to expand its capacity with ease, which is probably the most appealing feature of the Crossover.

Packed in a dark grey aluminium chassis, the Crossrover looks rather stylish and compact, and the microSD slot is well hidden. Don't expect lightning speeds; this is a mainstream product and it works at mainstream speeds. OCZ is offering a 2-year warranty on it and it should hit retail soon.

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Last modified on Thursday, 04 December 2008 03:15

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