Compact Flash Drives Vidalia GA

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.

Aarons Sales & Lease Ownership
(912) 537-4215
3199 E 1st St
Vidalia, GA
Dx Electronics
(912) 537-9432
114 Sw Main St
Vidalia, GA
Satellite Industries
(912) 538-0670
553 Wilson Rd E
Vidalia, GA
Clarke Appliances Sales & Service
(912) 537-1135
129 Se Main St
Vidalia, GA
Radio Shack
(912) 538-7276
203 Michael Collins Dr
Vidalia, GA
Cox Home Furnishings
(912) 537-0136
105 Se Main St
Vidalia, GA
Badcock Home Furnishing Center
(912) 537-8876
307 E 1st St
Vidalia, GA
Fowler Electronics
(912) 538-7276
203 Michael Dr
Vidalia, GA
Sears Roebuck & Company
(912) 538-9040
2707 E 1st St
Vidalia, GA
Primetime Satellite
(912) 537-7807
203 Maple Dr
Vidalia, GA

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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