USB flash drive

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USB flash drive

n.
A portable flash drive with a USB connector. Also called key drive, thumb drive.
Translations
clé USB

USB flash drive

n (Comput) → USB-Stick m
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USB emerges:In contrast to serial and parallel ports, which can be finicky and headache-inducing, USB enables self-configuring devices, vastly simplifying the chore of hooking up keyboards, mice, and cameras, and spawning the USB flash memory key industry.
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Additional features include: a maximum internal storage of up to 300GB (two 146GB hot-plug SAS), two USB 2.0 bootable ports on the front panel for floppy, CD/DVD, memory key, keyboard or mouse, and, an embedded ATI RN50 video controller with 32MB memory.
This memory key turns any internet-enabled PC into a Vonage internet phone.
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A new high-capacity 32-Mbit serial Flash memory key (shown) and the SlimLine Extended Token have a large memory size and fast bus speed to give designers of microprocessor-controlled systems the capability to easily and reliably move large amounts of data in and out of systems with-out the need for a network connection.
Computer- or laptop-free presentations can also be carried out using the USB port to connect a USB memory key, CD ROM drive or a digital camera.
Dell now sells a 128-MB USB flash memory key storage for $49.95.
THE floppy disk is dead, all hail the USB memory key. Iomega's Mini (from pounds 40) transfers files between computers at superfast speed.