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    News - OCZ launches CrossOver USB Flash drive with built-in microSD adapter

    OCZ has itself a new line of USB Flash drives that double as a microSD adapter, ideal for the on-the-go user, it claims.
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    Re: News - OCZ launches CrossOver USB Flash drive with built-in microSD adapter

    Does it act as a seperate drive or does the sd just expand the pen?

    I can see the point (sort of) if you had a digital camera that uses microSD. Or maybe if you already have an sd knocking around.
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    Re: News - OCZ launches CrossOver USB Flash drive with built-in microSD adapter

    I think this would be quite useful. and if the price is close enough to generic usb flash a great differentiator.
    My Phone uses MicroSDHC, and is also an MP3 player... I always have a usb flash drive in my pocket, but don't make a habit of carrying a Micro->SD adaptor for use with a normal card reader.

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    Re: News - OCZ launches CrossOver USB Flash drive with built-in microSD adapter

    Yeah my phone also uses SDHC cards but its quite slow when i plug it into my pc through the phone so i need a card reader. Iv also lost my keydrive so something liek this would be pretty handy for me

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    Re: News - OCZ launches CrossOver USB Flash drive with built-in microSD adapter

    I saw one of these last week. Really nifty tool. Sometime I find it a pain getting the phone out and connecting it to the PC. Add to that copying can take forever. This method is a lot easier and faster.

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