Archive for May, 2007
“The U3 platform was established with the vision of giving customers a consistent and portable computing experience. The existing 20,000 U3 software developers that joined us show the potential for smart flash memory devices,â€ said Yoram Cedar, executive vice president of the mobile business unit and corporate engineering at SanDisk.
â€œWe expect this relationship with Microsoft will raise the overall experience for consumers given Microsoftâ€™s unique software expertise, and grow the momentum given the large community of 3rd party companies capable of utilizing Microsoftâ€™s technologies.â€The migration process for the 20,000 U3 developers is a straight forward and simple one – Microsoft puts the pressure back on you to make the migration. Microsoft did say there will be tools to ad in the process, but the bottom line is U3 developers better get cracking if they want to see the light-of-day come mid 2008. Continue Reading
The clever design is an irony of sorts, the eraser erases your mismatched efforts while the USB Drive stores them!The flash drive is a 1GB size and is available for about $100 USD. What is hard to get my hands around is the ability to turn anything into a flash drive these days. I did a post yesterday of the top 19 cheeziest flash drives from over seas, on top of the strange one’s I’ve reported on, like Spongebob, Pez figures and the USB bullet. Continue Reading
- Touch View – hold the microscope to item being viewed
- Distant View – Using one of the lens kits view an item from a table top.
- Analog Microscope – Connect the ProScope to a traditional analog microscope for viewing and capturing image