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By technistar ·
I copied and pasted this below- Does anywone know abou these products and if they are good or not?

Now "Driverless" and XP compatible!Carry a HUGE amount of data with you--right in your pocket or on your key chain--with one of these USB hard drives. No software drivers are required for most systems--just plug-n-play!

With one of these tiny devices in your pocket, you can access the brains AND the brawn of a hard drive wherever and whenever you need it. From transferring files to your homeand office PCs, or just sharing large documents while you're on the go, a USB Flash Drive from JMTek will be a lifesaver! Want to grab large image files at trade shows or share them with others? What about transferring thousands of pages from your word processor? Just pop one of these drives into any PC USB port, and proceed to down or upload as you see fit. Your clunky floppy disks just can't compete with its spacious capacity, and you can forget about babysitting large, heavy Zip drives with annoying cables, too!

Plus, with this newly-released, improved model--NO software drivers are required for systems running Windows XP/Me/2000 or Linux. You can even transfer files to USB-equipped Macs! (NOTE: Software drivers are provided in the box for PCs using Windows 98SE.)

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by Ryasth In reply to USB Hard Drives

I'm not sure where they get pocket size from but I have one of the USB HDDs attached to my server. I use it to make backups and to transfer data to a couple of my workstations. It works great. It is plug and play. Faster transfer than networking. However,,, ha ha ha ... it is not pocket size and if it were I doubt it would carry much data on it. The one I have is 40 gigs and is just a bit larger than an internal hdd.

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