Computex 2010 CoverageClayMeow - July 5, 2010
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When I spotted the PNY booth, I expected to find some video cards on display, maybe some memory. Instead, I was greeted with all sorts of USB Flash drives, ranging from odd to odder. In the Asian markets, apparently USB flash drives are PNY's biggest sellers. The coolest series is the Attaché Green, which is made from vegetables, allowing it to compost 93.82% of the housing in 180 days under landfill simulated test conditions. Depending on the temperature and surrounding environment, they can compost between 47 days and 4 years, the latter at a temperature of 4°C under water. They also happen to be the slimmest and lightest USB Flash drives, measuring in at 30mm x 12mm x 2.1mm and weighing a mere two grams.