Compact Flash Drives Phoenix AZ

If you need to transfer information from place to place and don't want to lug a heavy or expensive device in order to do so, compact flash devices are a great solution—small, portable and affordable. Here you’ll find additional information on compact flash drives as well as local companies and providers that may help you in your search.

Brill Electronics
(602) 244-0111
2433 S 21st St
Phoenix, AZ
Av Concepts
(602) 252-2425
225 E Adams St
Phoenix, AZ
Fergie's Tv-Vcr
(602) 265-2657
4126 N 19th Ave
Phoenix, AZ
Melrose Computers & Electronic
(602) 264-4359
4342 N 7th Ave
Phoenix, AZ
Del Sol Communications
(602) 257-5182
2606 N 16th St Ste A
Phoenix, AZ
Odell Electronics
(602) 269-0662
2835 W Buckeye Rd
Phoenix, AZ
Thunderbird Tv Service
(602) 253-3749
1501 E Almeria Rd
Phoenix, AZ
Christian Service Electronics
(602) 244-0100
3524 E Portland St
Phoenix, AZ
Sirius Satellite Radio
(602) 277-2857
2600 N Central Ave
Phoenix, AZ
Chris-Town Tv
(602) 279-5810
4232 N 7th Ave Ste C
Phoenix, AZ

New SanDisk Cruzer Micro Flash Drive

Not long ago I installed an MP3 FM Modulator in my car and have been using a spare 256 MB flash drive with it that quickly filled up, and I needed more capacity for my insatiable taste for tunes.

Browsing for flash drives, I landed on the SanDisk site, which has long been my expansion card maker of choice anyway. On the home page, the new colorful Cruzer Micro Flash Drive caught my attention. I clicked on it and learned that they measure only 7.9mm x 18.95mm x 52.2mm making them the smallest flash drives available. Capacities range from 128, 256, 512, 1 GB to 2 GB and prices go from $24.00 to $149. I selected the 1GB size for $99.

The micro flash drive comes with clear, red, and blue skins for the fashion conscious and a lanyard. Each drive includes CruzerLock 2 for data security and trial versions of PocketCache for back up and CruzerSync for Outlook and My Documents folder synchronization. These drives are Hi-Speed USB 2.0 certified and backwards compatible with all USB 1.1 ports.

Check out the new Micro Flash Drives at


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