SanDisk and Skype have teamed up to create a chewing-gum-pack-sized USB drive that will carry personalized software (like Skype) from computer to computer. The upshot is that you can carry your personal Skype preferences with you and use the program to place PC to PC calls (audio or video) from any PC without actually downloading the software onto that PC.
SanDisk’s Cruzer Micro and Cruzer Titanium lines that support this functionality are enabled with a platform called U3, which allows applications to be pre-loaded onto flash drives. When you’re finished your call, you need not leave any of your personal information on the PC, just take the flash drive and go.
Carlos Gonzalez, senior director of USB for SanDisk, explains, “The Cruzer Micro and Cruzer Titanium with U3 will enable people to carry around, on a small, convenient USB flash drive, their complete personal desktop with all their favorite U3 smart applications, settings and contacts and allow them to work on any PC, wherever they go.”
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