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Posted by Damon Bailey
on Tuesday, October 30, 2018 - 9:00am

Having your data on the go is nothing really new at this point, portable flash memory has been readily available since around the turn of the century. What has changed though is the size, and how long it takes to move data on and off of the drive. Carrying hundreds of gigabytes is pretty common these days, but it’s not that practical if it takes several hours to fill and nearly as long to copy back off. Patriot has something a little different in mind. Packing up to 1TB of space, the EVLVR capitalizes on the blazingly fast Thunderbolt 3 Interface. 

Posted by Damon Bailey
on Friday, October 12, 2018 - 9:00am
Patriot Trinity 64GB USB 3.1 USB Flash Drive

If you are reading this, you probably have a hand full of various thumb drives floating around, and you might even know where one or two actually are. You might have one for music, another for documents, one with the work project you had to move to another computer, and that special OTG one you bought when your phone was full of pictures. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could just use one big drive for everything AND keep it on your keychain so you didn’t lose it? Thanks to Patriot you can now have that magical drive that goes anywhere and does anything. You can use Type-A on your desktop, Type-C on your Laptop and USB Mini-B on your phone to move and store up to 128GB of anything you need, anywhere you want to or from nearly any device out there!

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on Monday, June 29, 2009 - 5:53am

How would you like to have 32 gigs of storage in your front pocket? There was a time when just a one gig flash drive was the ‘big drive’.  Just enough storage room to transport a few pictures of the loved ones or enough to hold a few songs to share with your best friend. Times have changed and needs have increased. Now we have movies, programs and other large forms of files that would shallow a one gig drive. That’s when a drive like the Voyager comes into play. Besides an abundance of space, the Voyager is rigid and durable as well.