They specialize in memory cards in all sizes, formats and speeds. It’s no surprise then that SanDisk also has a healthy lineup of USB memory sticks.
Today we take a closer look at the new Cruzer Micro USB drive, which has received a major overhaul compared to the old generation.
Inside the flashy red retail package you’ll find an instruction manual, a 50 download voucher for free music, the Cruzer Micro has a small application installed called “U3” which is works as a self-contained launch-pad under Windows 2000 (SP4+) and Windows XP.
You get a nice start menu at the right side next to the system clock; you can take applications and their data with you wherever you go.
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