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Old 05-27-2005, 09:33 AM   #1
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FlashPoint Sharedrive USB stick supports file sharing

Xmultiple's FlashPoint ShareDrive is not just another USB flash memory stick. Following the true mobile spirit, it allows you to plug one drive into another (the latter doesn't have to be from FlashPoint), hit a button, and copy files stored in a dedicated "shared" directory from one drive to the other. No PC, laptop or cumbersome USB hub required.

A FlashPoint ShareDrive stick with 1GB is available for USD $199.99. Other memory configurations ranging from 256MB to 4GB are available.

Thanks to Drew Stoiberg, Vice President of Xmultiple, for contacting us.
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