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Trek 16MB Thumbdrive SMART Review
review by Jerome, 18 August 2002

Introduction

Smaller, faster and more. This is the motto of today's computing hardware and the expectations of consumers as many electronics thrust at their leering eyes tout the next best thing. Recently we got our hands on a small keychain drive called ThumbDrive SMART from a company by the name of Trek.


We would like to thank Trek for kindly providing the review sample, and giving us the time to discover how useful these devices can be.

Specifications

These numbers acquired, straight from the Trek website, and presented here for your viewing pleasure. More information beyond these basic specifications can be obtained there.

Interface USB Specification 1.1
Memory 8MB / 16MB / 32MB / 64MB / 128MB
Dimensions 64mm(L) x 18mm(W) x 8mm(H)
Weight 12g
Data Transfer speed Read Operation: 700 Kbytes/s
Write Operation: 350 Kbytes/s
Power supply USB bus-powered
LED indication Solid:Thumbdrive connected
Blinking: Data transmitting and receiving
Operating Temperature 0oC ~ 50oC
Storage Temperature -20oC ~ 80oC
Relative Humidity During Operation: 20% ~ 80%
During Storage: 5% ~ 95%
Certification FCC, CE, VCCI, CTICK, BSMI, MIC

With those formalities over, let's get on with showing you the joys of smaller, faster and more :).

Initial Impression >>


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