I just ran across this interesting gem at Zalman's suite in the Hyatt at this year's Computex - it's a SLC NAND equipped USB 3.0 Flash drive. Availability and pricing are unknowns but using high quality SLC NAND is interesting for a high performance USB stick. Obviously the major benefit for using SLC is lifespan, which can be a problem on a lot of the cheaper USB sticks. 

Zalman also had a line of notebook coolers, cases and peripherals on display at the suite. Check out the gallery below for everything. 

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  • claysm - Tuesday, June 5, 2012 - link

    I would imagine that while most of the people reading this article have at least heard of SLC NAND, it will probably mean nothing to the average consumer.

    I know a lot of people that would simply look at the size, look at the price of a standard USB stick, and get the cheaper one.

    But still, if the price isn't too high, should be a good product.
  • CeriseCogburn - Tuesday, June 5, 2012 - link

    Yes I tell the "gurus" to get the quad channel models and they just say "what!" and drool.

    Likewise in 2.0 - not like the tards ever heard of dual channel.
  • wonderpookie - Tuesday, June 5, 2012 - link

    The words arrogant, unreasonable and condescending come to mind.

    I suppose it's completely rational to expect everyone to be an expert in every field known to mankind, just as I'm sure you are.

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