Thursday, December 26th 2013

Green House Announces Flash Drive with USB and Micro USB Connectivity

Green House has now officially embraced the newfound trend of making flash drives with both USB and micro USB ports. The Japanese company's dual-interface offering is called PicoDrive Smart and it has a full-size USB connector supporting the USB 3.0 interface, and a micro USB (2.0) port.

The PicoDrive Smart measures 37.3 x 12.3 x 4.6 mm, it comes with a one-year warranty and is selling in 8 GB (1,980 yen / ~ 19 USD), 16 GB (2,980 yen / ~ 28 USD) and 32 GB (4,980 yen / ~ 47 USD) capacities.
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6 Comments on Green House Announces Flash Drive with USB and Micro USB Connectivity

#1
Drone
Its shape, especially cap looks kinda weird ... if you know what I mean
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#2
a_ump
where do you use a micro usb flash drive?
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#4
wotevajjjj
I want one just to see what happens if you use both connections at once.
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#5
ironwolf
by: a_ump
where do you use a micro usb flash drive?
Smartphones w/micro USB ports for one.
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#6
shhnedo
by: wotevajjjj
I want one just to see what happens if you use both connections at once.
You'd most probably get a fancy adapter with storage. ;D
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