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    COMPUTEX 2007: OCZ shrinks its FireWire stick drive

    So how do you start off making a FireWire stick drive? Well, over at OCZ they cram all the technology into a small box. Actually, when I say a 'small' box, we've seen palmtop computers that make this first engineering tech demo look a bit chubby.

    Discover more in this COMPUTEX 2007 Headline.
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    Do what is it really called? "FireWire key" (like "USB key")? Calling it a "FirWire USB flash drive" seems a little weird. Maybe a flop would be the best name .

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