Ridata's new high-speed Laser Pointer USB Drive features a USB 2.0 flash drive with a laser pointer. It is set to be shown at the upcoming 2006 International CES show.
?Our new, easy to use RIDATA thumb-sized portable USB flash drive with laser pointer enables users to securely exchange huge amounts of data between computers or notebooks with a USB port,? stated Harvey Liu, Advanced Media president. ?Its plug-and-play simplicity makes connecting to any computer a snap, allowing access virtually anytime, anywhere. No power supply or external cables are required.?
The drive also features four new useful functions:
Auto Login: This is an application that automatically enters IDs and passwords from a database created on the USB Drive to Web sites. With Auto Login, users can carry all IDs and Passwords on the USB Drive.
Bookmarks: This feature saves the user?s own Web bookmarks to the device.
FLASH Mail: A small Email software program, that allows users to access email from the USB Drive.
Secret ZIP: Creates a Secret folder and a Zip folder. This allows users to zip a file by dragging the file to the ZIP folder, or a encrypted Zip file by dragging into Secret Folder.
The device supports multiple operating systems: Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Mac TM 9.x or later, Linux TM Kernel 2.4 or later (no driver needed); Windows 98 and Windows 98SE (driver enclosed). It also comes with a security lock (Safety Zone); is shock proof; and has power-saver functionality. A software package is included.
The class II laser pointer has an average wavelength of 650nm, and will make a 0.4-inch spot from approximately 11 feet.
The RIDATA Laser Pointer USB Drve is available in 128MB, 256MB, 512MB , and1GB capacity sizes. It has an MSRP of $69.99 based on 512MB capacity.