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Wednesday, December 05, 2007
If you haven't paid a visit to Adata's website lately, you may want to after you finish reading this review. But when you get there you will see that there are plenty of flash drives to decide from. All ranging in sizes from 512mb up to a whooping 16 gigs. Some are themed and some professional, but the one that will almost instantly draw your attention would be the PD-18. The PD-18 is one of the smallest drives that you will see from any company offering flash drives. Adata packs up to 4 gigs of storage in this tiny little plastic piece. Is it the one for you?
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