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World’s largest capacity Flash drive Celldisk 16GB

by Dhiram Shah


Iocell Korea will unveil the world’s largest capacity flash drive with 16GB capacity at Cebit. With 16GB capacity you can carry your entire MP3 and video collection in your pocket. The drive connects via USB 2.0 for super fast transfers and as it supports plug and play it does not require any driver installation. The drive comes with a protective cap which protects the USB connector.


Pricing and availability is not known yet.
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  1. ZMBK

    My ass this is the world’s largest jumpdrive, Kanguru has a 64GB jumpdrive, but its over 2800 dollars. Still, they cant frickin claim they have the largest usb jumpdrive, when kanguru has both the 32GB, and the 64GB jumpdrive.

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  2. Robert

    Could buy two or three Hard Drives for the proce of this baby. 16gb’s not enough space for me(maybe the terabyte)

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  3. Avinash

    at present in the caribbean we’re a bit slow in technology. i am using a 2GB. WHEN I HEARD ABOUT THE the 16gb, i was amazed. i cant wait to get my hands on one

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  4. Troy

    at present in the caribbean we’re a bit slow in technology. i am using a 2GB. WHEN I HEARD ABOUT THE the 16gb, i was amazed. i cant wait to get my hands on one
    lol noob.

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  5. Ben

    >Troy on April 4, 2007 8:28 PM said:
    >”lol noob”
    and YOU weren’t one before? dumbass…

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  6. Mary

    Excellent site, added to favorites!!

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  7. lyrics

    Nice to be on your site

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  8. Bagar bila

    This is the biggest flash drive because Komodo dragon can throw flames upto 16GB at one time so that Apple iPhone and all other manufacturers can be tight about it. To be very frank the manufacturer can also get every monday sale on a 16GB flash at microcenter or bestbuy stores. I believe every 2gb flash drive is free at all MicroCenter. No purchase necessay and two per customer. Very good idea and if every store can offer 2gb flash drive free than it is quite possible for the Cnet people to write good reviews about them. Also it will be good idea if NewLauches.com can also write a good review about MicroCenter free offer of two 2GB flash drive per customer everyday. Nice flashdrive with first 2000 miles free.

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  9. Rajiev

    I’ve a Snoy (not SONY) 8GB one.
    But it take too long to fill it 🙁
    any USB 3.0 drives?

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