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  EDGE Launches DiskGO! USB Watch Flash Drive
 
  Peripheral Enhancements announced today that it has partnered with PC Connection to launch the new EDGE DiskGO! USB Watch Flash Drive. This latest offering from Peripheral's DiskGO! line of USB products will be sold exclusively through PC Connection over the next thirty days.
    The DiskGO! Watch is available in 128mb and 256mb capacities and serves as a fully functional watch with an integrated USB 1.1 Flash Drive. The DiskGO! Watch plugs directly into virtually any computer's USB port and is plug-and- play compatible with all popular operating systems.

    The DiskGO! Watch immediately appears as a hard drive on the user's desktop, allowing easy transfer and storage of pictures, MP3s, slide presentations, spreadsheets and other data. The Watch's USB 1.1 drive writes at 1mb per second and reads at 4.2mb per second. Secure Password Protection software is built-in for added security.
The 256MB version is for sale here.

Source: EDGE Memory

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