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In House Review - Memorex TravelDrive And Mini TravelDrive

Postby Ian on Wed Sep 21, 2005 12:21 pm

For a change of pace, CDRLabs has taken a look at a couple of Memorex's USB flash drives. The TravelDrive And Mini TravelDrive both feature a slim, ergonomic design, pen-like cap and cool looking blue LED. In this review we take a look at some of the features found on the TravelDrive and Mini TravelDrive and then see how they perform. Are they the right choice for you? You'll have to read the review to find out.

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Postby LoneWolf on Wed Aug 09, 2006 10:01 am

Good review, Ian.

Personally, I'm looking at the Lexar JumpDrive Lightning 2GB and the SanDisk Cruzer Titanium 2GB. Both are nearly indestructible (metal casings) and pretty fast. The Lightning is especially fast and has a lifetime warranty, but I'm tired of removable caps that are easy to lose (if the drive included a small chain to bond the cap to the drive, it'd be my first pick). The SanDisk is slightly slower on reads/writes and I think its warranty is shorter, but the USB connector retracts into the drive kind of like a ball point pen (there's a slider button on the side of the drive). For both, their loop that fits the drive to a keychain/lanyard is also metal, so it isn't likely to break. Both run approximately $85 mail order.

Now I just need to decide which one. :roll:
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