PC PRIMER # 657
By R.L. Creighton
As a reviewer of computer products, I am sent quite an array of products to test. I suppose I am the envy of each and every “gadget guru” that I Know. Last weeks MP3 Glasses from Oakley were right up there on the top of my list of great products. I received this week another really superlative product that will make you drool. (If you are into quality gadgets).
I have received a Swiss Knife from Swissbit. Not just your everyday Swiss Army Knife, This one called “SWISSMEMORY USB Victornox ruby RED” What really makes it outstanding is the fact that this knife has a USB memory device installed in it that allow me to have a gigabyte of memory available to me wherever I choose to take it. I know what you are thinking and Swissbit is ahead of you. The memory portion of the knife is removable (very easily) for the times that you need to fly.
The memory is recognized immediately when plugged into a computer using the Windows XP Operating system. So no driver install is required. There is a driver disk supplied just in case you need to use the device with a prior operating system.
The “SWISSMEMORY USB “is available in 128 Meg, 256 Meg, 512 Meg and 1 Gig. For more information go to www.oregonknifeshop.com for full information and prices for the various sizes. This unit is spectacular with a really good blade, a ball point pen, a screwdriver, a Nail file and a really neat flashlight. For other sources of information go to Google and type in ( in the search line) – Swissmemory USB ruby RED. Here you will get a variety of locations that offer this superior product and can compare prices.
up a great point. . . When you are
looking for anything, just “Google it” and I swear you will find it. First thing you ought to do is make sure that
you have local search invoked on your Google page. (This will list almost any
classification you might want locally). Say you want a Pizza; if you go to
Google, type Pizza Hut
for anything. Local churches? Sure just
bring up Google Local and type Church’s
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