dimanche 22 novembre 2009
Dix gadgets fabuleux développés en Israël - des "must"
Israel's top ten must-have gadgets
They keep your legs smooth, back up your files, upload your photos from wherever you may be. ISRAEL21c presents 10 top, developed-in-Israel gadgets.
Israelis love technology. They are early adapters, and relentless innovators, always looking for ways to improve their lives in every possible area.
With the country's talent for development, it's so surprise that some of the world's top gadgets were designed and developed in Israel. We've put together 10 of the best.
1. DiskOnKey [photo]
Dov Moran, founder of Modu, previously hit the big time with his company M-Systems, which developed the very first DiskOnKey (or DiskOnChip as M-Systems originally dubbed it). The concept is simple enough: Jam up to 64 gigabytes of data onto a tiny gadget no larger than a house key. The latest versions actually look like a key and can hook onto your keychain. DiskOnKeys were part of the "one-two sucker punch" that killed the venerable floppy disk (the other being cheap recordable CD-ROMs and later DVDs). Aside from being a reliable way to transfer data from computer to computer, disk-on-keys are now finding new life, expanding the storage space of the latest portable craze, the NetBook.
In 2005, PC World named the DiskOnKey one of the world's top 10 gadgets in the last 50 years. In 2006, international powerhouse SanDisk purchased M-Systems for $1.6 billion.
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