USB Flash Drives
A USB Flash Drive (or also commonly referred to as a "thumb drive" or "USB stick") is a portable storage device that allows you to easily transfer data from one computer to another. It consists of a small memory chip within a small plastic enclosure that plugs into the USB port on your computer. The storage capacity of USB Flash Drives varies from 8MB to 8GB or higher, depending on the model. In addition, there are USB Flash Drives with both read-only and writeable capabilities. The read-only type is for archiving data and cannot be modified, while the writeable type can be used to store and transfer data. USB Flash Drives are a great way to share and store documents, music, photos and videos.