What is the difference between a USB flash drive and a “regular” flash drive?

A “flash drive” is a solid state drive (SSD) technology that stores data like a typical hard drive found in most PCs, but it uses no moving parts. Flash drives come in many forms, including external storage devices, portable USB drives, and even as the main storage drive in some extra small devices. A USB flash drive is the industry term for a very small, very portable flash drive meant for easy data storage or transfer, which connects to a computer via a USB port.

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