Not just a flash in the pan

18th June 2004 at 01:00
Teachers who moved on from the humble floppy disc took USB flash-memory devices to their hearts. These popular compact devices have bags more memory (128Mb is affordable and commonplace) and are plug-and-play. Now, coming from the US is the Migo, a USB memory device that can also synchronise email and documents, in fact all the crucial files that make up your PC desktop. This can be used on any other PC as long as the Windows applications are compatible. The 128Mb version has a suggested price of $149.95 ($199.95 for 256Mb).

Look out for a review in the next TES Online.

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