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The drive features a retractable USB plug, and it's yours for eight bucks out the door. Well, eight bucks and sales tax. Plus: bonus-bonus deals!
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Squeeze a little extra memory into your Windows XP machine with a USB flash drive.
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Natali Del Conte from CNET TV's Loaded joined us to chat about the Webbys, the New York tech scene and more.