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World’s largest flash drive – 16GB


March 10, 2006

World’s largest flash drive – 16GB

World’s largest flash drive – 16GB

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March 11, 2006 Iocell Korea released the world’s largest flash drive at CeBIT this week – a 16GB version of the company’s Celldisk. The drive is the same size as other flash drives, though the drive is USB 2.0 compliant. There’s no indication of the availability or price just yet.

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