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Super Talent PICO USB Drives Enter Mass Production

Super Talent Technology, a leading manufacturer of flash storage solutions and DRAM memory modules, today announced that the company's new PICO series USB Flash drives have moved into mass production.

Super Talent's new PICO series USB drives are manufactured using chip-on-board (COB) technology, meaning the unpackaged Flash die is bonded directly to the printed circuit board (PCB). COB technology enables Super Talent to fit up to 4GB of Flash storage in an incredibly small and slim case. PICO-A drives measure merely 38.7mm x 12.4mm x 3.9mm, and weigh less than 5 grams.

The new PICO series is notable not only for its ultra-small size, but also for its fascinating style. The first two products in the PICO series both have polished chrome steel exteriors. PICO-A, shipping in volume now, has a swivel chrome lid. PICO-B is a retractable slide-open drive that will be shipping in volume by late November.
 
Super Talent Pico drive

"We designed PICO USB drives to be small, stylish and smart looking", commented Super Talent Marketing Director, Joe James. "PICO drives bring new levels of smallness and elegance to USB storage, making these drives more like a fashion accessory than a computer peripheral", added Mr. James.

All Super Talent USB drives are backed with a lifetime warranty. Approximate street prices on the 2GB and 4GB PICO-A drives is $25 and $45 respectively

Want to know more about the Super Talent range of Pico drives, then head here

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05-11-2007, 10:26:30

ali_james
Hi all
I've just bought Bioshock and have a problem installing it. I figure this is the best place to post as I am sure the problem is down to the network we have here at uni.
On the installation of the game, it requires itself to auto download a patch, only problem is it cannot connect to the server. This is believe is down to the university's lan system. It for instance prevents me sending emails using my ntlworld account. There's no way to play games online either, which I assume this comes under..
Is there any way round this ? I've looked on the website at the simple troubleshooting etc and I'm sure the problem is the network.
If anyones got any ideas that would be great :)
Otherwise I'll be waiting til Christmas to get it working :(

Cheers!

05-11-2007, 10:43:53

Jim
I had a similar problem when installing Bioshock on one of the test PC's here yesterday as it doesn't have a network connection at all.

Unfortunately it actually seems to download the main game .exe files and a few DLL's from the server, so there's no way around it other than to get on an unrestricted network.

05-11-2007, 11:28:39

ali_james
Thanks XMS, it's a shame really :mad: Not exactly a practical way of distributing a game really. I know it says requires and internet connect to activate in the system requirements, which in my opinion is very misleading.
However not the game makers fault at all. Sent an email earlier to the Reslan people that run the system and received a rather blunt response of no we can't help you, then some garbage about those being the ports most vulnerable to hacking etc.. I'm more annoyed about my email problems to be honest as my account will not work using the webmail service..
Cheers for the response, looks like it'll be Farcry/Crysis til home time :p
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