One of the features in Windows 8 for enterprise users is the Windows to Go. This feature gives the user access to copy the entire installation of Windows 8 onto a flash disk, which can be plugged into any PC and can access the full file of Windows 8 a person.
Last week, media of Engadget reported that they had a chance to do hands-on flash disk to the device first made special for the feature. Flash disk is made in Kingston, leading companies in its field, and flash disk into the top DataTraveler Workspace.
The article stated that the flash drive is not unusual because flash has faster memory and a SandForce controller, making it similar to the SSD drive used the latest notebooks and desktops.
This Workspace Products DataTraveler DataTraveler Ultimate will replace the product when it was released in conjunction with Windows 8 in October. Flash disk will be present in the capacity of 32, 64, and 128 GB. For the price is not yet announced but it is certain flash disk is in the high-end making it less affordable.
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