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SimpleTech BonzaiXpress STI-UFD/4GB 4GB

The manufacturer tried its best to make this flash drive look different from others and succeeded, to some extent (the manufacturer’s website claims that the design of the device’s case was developed by Pininfarina, a well-known name in the car world). The somewhat rounded case is made of silvery plastic that looks like aluminum. The main element that helps identify this particular flash drive among others of its kind is the oval-shaped insertion of translucent blue plastic with the manufacturer’s name. A LED indicator can be seen under it at work. The cap sits down on the USB connector with a snap and cannot get lost accidentally.

The BonzaiXpress series includes models with capacities of 256MB, 512MB, 1GB, 2GB, and 4GB. They support USB 2.0. The dimensions of this device are 7.7 x 20.5 x 65.5mm. The speed characteristics are not declared on the manufacturer’s site.

The drive is shipped with a small loop to attach it to your key-ring.

Super Talent USB Flash Drive 4GB

This flash drive from Super Talent looks nice, but lacks any extraordinary features. The small aluminum case has a rough surface on which you can read the name of the manufacturer and the type of the device interface. The cap is made of black plastic and holds very firm on the case. You won’t lose it. There’s a plastic “eye” for a string on the drive’s butt end. Below it, there is a red-colored LED indicator.

There’s little information on the drive and on its package, so it was difficult to identify it on the manufacturer’s website. We had to rely on the capacity and exterior design and we found out that the flash drive belonged to the DH series. Unfortunately, there’s little useful info about that series. It includes models with capacities of 128MB, 256MB, 512MB, 1GB, 2GB, and 4GB. The drive supports USB 2.0. Data on the drive can be protected with a password. But the main thing is that the package with the drive claims its compliance with Windows Vista ReadyBoost technology.

There was nothing in the package besides the drive.

 
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