[IMG=1The TwinMos company has launched quite a large number of flash-based storage devices over time, most of them providing certain advanced features and specs that make them more attractive for the customers. However, while some of these things boast larger storage capacities and data transfer rates, some attract the customers in other ways, namely with their external looks, and that's exactly the case with the model you're about to see as follows, the Mobile Disk L2.
Thus, much in the same way as the models from the L1 series, the devices from the L2 series sport a leather fashionable-looking design with a thumb size and lightweight features that will surely attract modern customers. Furthermore, the devices from the Mobile Disk L2 series are available 1 GB, 2 GB and 4 GB models, thus covering all the specific segments of the USB flash drives' market.
According to the manufacturers, the data transfer speeds are quite OK, although they provide no factual data (namely, figures) regarding said rates. Moreover, as most other modern USB drives, the device comes packed with its own password protection software, and is completely plug and play. Furthermore, it connects to a host computer via an USB 2.0 interface, which means that it can attain a maximum data transfer rate of around 480 Mbps, and doesn't require any external power sources.
The TwinMos drive works with the most popular operating systems on the market, including here Windows 98/ 2000/ ME/ XP/ Vista, Mac 10.1+, Linux 2.4+, has a working temperature range of 0 – 70 Celsius degrees and is quite portable, measuring around 82 mm x 23 mm x 8 mm, at a weight of around 15 grams.
The drives from the Mobile Disk L2 series are relatively affordable, at least compared to other fashion drives (the 1 GB version sells for around 20 US dollars, for example).