Sunday, 18 December 2011

25 USB drives that have personality - IV

"William" Flash Drive

This little blue hippo with flowers is known as "William" and has become over the years the unofficial mascot of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York ("The Met" to insiders). It contains a USB 4 GB sold on the online shop of the museum at a price of 23 euros. The original, meanwhile, is a ceramic figurine dating back 4000 years (twelfth Egyptian dynasty) in the museum.



Data Traveler HyperX Kingston 3.0

High capacity and speed. Thus we can summarize the characteristics of this "monster" of USB. The Data Traveler HyperX Kingston 3.0 will have a maximum of 256 GB (models 64 and 128 GB are already available) with transfer rates advertised 225 MB / s read and 135 MB / s write-in USB 3.0. This performance has a price since we pay about 300 euros for the 128 GB model Date of availability and price of the 256 GB model is still a mystery to this day.

The Dark Side of Databrick

This figure is key to the image of Darth Vader is also a USB flash drive 8 GB is part of a collection, handmade in very small series of figures and objects proposed in 2007 by mainly Databrick the theme of Comic's, Lego bricks. 50 to 90 euros depending on the model used and the storage capacity.

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