USB flash drives aren’t something to get excited about usually, but Lexar’s new range of JumpDrives with integrated capacity maker have create a stir at the CES.
The JumpDrive Mercury, which will be available as a 1GB or 2GB model, utilises “Electronic Paper Display” technology, which displays how much storage space is left on the drive without the need to plug it into a PC. The display is paper thin and supposedly shatter proof.
Also available is the JumpDrive Fly, a very small sized USB flash drive with storage capacities of 256MB, 512MB and 1GB capacity.
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