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Flash drive

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An assortment of flash drives
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A flash drive is a portable computer drive that uses flash memory. Flash drives are the larger memory modules consisting of a number of flash chips. A flash chip is used to read the contents of a single cell, but it can write entire block of cells. They connect to a USB port[1] and function as a folder.

Specific flash drive types[edit]

Memory cards:


See also[edit]


  1. ^ "How to Use a USB Flash Drive on Windows PC". Kingston Technology Company. Retrieved 2023-03-01.