USB flash drive standards?  (bootable, secure, etc)

Posted on 2004-09-03
Last Modified: 2010-04-03
Where can I find a list of features/standards for USB flash drives?  explanations and comparisons?

For example: bootable, secure

possibly a matrix of current products with their respective features/specs/standards

Question by:paradoxloss
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yavooza earned 420 total points
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For a brief intro of USB you go to this site:

Here is a list of the manufactures and their specs so that you can make up your mind

And here is an added topic you dint even think of :
The security USB flash drives offer:

need more?
 give me a buzz


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tosh9iii earned 80 total points
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yavooza: bzzzz

Have any new info for 2005?  :)    

499pts pointer: URGENT: Bart PE on bootable USB pen/flash drive instead of CDR?:


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