Green House is one of those companies that deals in various things, although the Universal Serial Bus interface somehow sees much use in its devices, although it is no surprise this happened in its new flash drive unit.
The USB connection is one that almost every IT product out there is equipped with these days, especially storage devices.
In fact, even devices that one wouldn't expect to use this technology sometimes get landed with a port or two.
Green House itself is responsible for the existence of one such electronic, that being a 15.6-inch monitor that uses USB 2.0 to receive what the host PC relays.
Now, Green House struck a bit closer to home, by delivering an USB flash drive which, though it doesn't match the best of its kind in terms of speed, does have a fairly high capacity.
To be blunt, the PicoDrive N doesn't even come close to what high-end solutions can do these days through the simple fact that it lacks USB 3.0 support.
In other words, this is a high-capacity flash drive with USB 2.0, meaning that transfer speeds are limited to 480 Mbps.
Of course, if one were to be more precise, the new storage device is just the latest addition to the existing PicoDrive N collection.
Said line already has 1 GB, 2 GB, 4 GB, 8 GB, 16 GB and 32 GB models, the newest featuring a full 64 GB, an amount that will take a while to fill.
It measures 54.1 x 18 x 8.1 mm, weighs 7.6 grams and should already be available in Japan, for the price of $206.
Buyers will get a trial version of Kaspersky's Internet Security 2011 antivirus software as part of the product bundle. The official product page of the whole series can be found here.