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Wednesday, 08 August 2007 11:25

Super-mini USB drive runs Vista

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TwinMOS Technologies claims to have  developed the super-mini USB2.0 mobile disk that runs Windows Vista.

According to a press release the company has managed to stuff 8 GB in a 42.6×14.7×2.8mm USB chip called the B1.

It comes in black, white, pastel yellow, pink, pastel blue and pastel green.  It is also slim enough to put it inside a wallet or purse.

The B1 is fully compatible to any Windows operating systems (Vista, XP,2000 etc), MAC10.1+ and Linux2.4+. It is also USB2.0 and PnP compliant.   It also has password protection.

No word on price yet.

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