• SanDisk Cruzer Micro 8GB U3 Review
  • SanDisk Cruzer Micro 8GB U3 Review

    Author: Matt
    Published: March 24th, 2011 10:51 PM
    Category: Drives,Reviews
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Introduction

Almost everyone owns a Flash Drive nowadays whether it is for work, college or to back up your important files so choosing the right one for you is important. Today we’re reviewing SanDisk’s Cruzer Micro U3 Drive. U3 technology is relatively new and provides portable software solutions that might not be available to you on the host computer. The Cruzer Micro should prove to be an all round great drive so let’s find out…

About SanDisk

Founded in 1988 by Dr. Eli Harari, an internationally recognized authority on non-volatile memory technology, SanDisk has grown to become the world’s largest supplier of innovative flash memory data storage products.

With flash memory’s capability for storing large amounts of data in a compact, removable or embedded format, SanDisk’s products have helped drive the exponential growth in sales of digital cameras, multi-function mobile phones, USB flash drives, digital audio/video players, and other digital consumer devices.

Features

  • Up to 8GB storage capacity – that’s 8,000MB
  • Retractable USB connector
  • Enhanced for ReadyBoost
  • Brilliant amber LED
  • U3 smart enabled – CruzerSync synchronization software, SignupShield password manager, Skype, AVAST-U3 anti-virus software

Specifications

Product Type:
USB Flash Drive
Storage Capacity:
8GB
Dimensions 0.8 x 0.3 x 2.3 (w/d/h) Inches
Interface Type:
1 x Hi-Speed USB – 4 pin USB Type A
Features: U3 Smart capable, Retractable connector, Windows ReadyBoost capable
Software Included: Skype, Avast!, CruzerSync, SignUpShield
OS Required: Microsoft Windows XP, Microsoft Windows 2000, Microsoft Windows 2000 SP4
Compliant Standards: CE


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