How low can you go?

Posted by Jon Peddie on September 22nd 2009 | Permalink
Categories: Hardware Review
Tags: mobile vista disk ibm storage verbatim kodak drive flashdrive

Jon Peddie

8GB to go, Verbatim’s Tuff-Clip.(Source: Jon Peddie Research) Verbatim’s tiny 8GB USB drive speeding up Vista.(Source: Jon Peddie Research) 2.13 billion bits per buck, that’s how low. For one U.S. penny you get 21 million bits of memory in a package not much bigger than a U.S. penny. Verbatim has introduced an 8GB USB memory for $30. Verbatim, one of the pioneer companies of the industry, having started in 1969 with a license from IBM to build floppy discs, has gone through the usual ups and downs, management changes, and refinancing gyrations any 50-year-old company…