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Biwin's Tiny USB Flash Storage - CES 2010

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by , 01-09-2010 at 12:21 PM (1027 Views)

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Biwin's very small usb stick that comes in 2, 4, and 8gb models. The write speeds are slow, 5mgs per second, and read speeds are between 10 and 20 mgs per second. This would be useful for an industrial application where you require a hot swap storage for your operating system like Windows embedded. 5mgs per second and read speeds are between 10 and 20 mgs per second.

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So their whole purpose in life is video over a phone, and your "blog" didn't even show that part at all! All I saw was "Android 1.6". Yawn.

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The VPhone won best handset of the year at CES 2010, beating out major handset manufacturers. Chad Sayers, founder of Saygus and total Linux guy, provides mp3Car with a tour of the phone and tells us about how the lowest bandwith video calling software around was developed.