Posts for the ‘USB Drives’
DATA has launched a new product in its Superior series of flash drives, the ADATA S101 Compact USB Flash Drive which is produced under advanced COB (Chip On Board) manufacturing processes, and is a compact and delicate technological jewel.
Transcend has announced the availability of its new highest capacity USB flash drive, JetFlash 600 USB Flash Drives in India that is slightly larger in size of an AA battery (60.9mm × 19.3mm × 8.5mm) and boasts of a massive 64GB (maximum) storage capacity and boasts of Transcend’s exclusive JetFlash SecureDrive software for absolute data […]
Transcend has announced its new highest capacity USB flash drive, JetFlash 600 USB Flash Drives in India that is slightly larger in size of an AA battery (60.9mm × 19.3mm × 8.5mm) and boasts of a massive 64GB (maximum) storage capacity.
Simmtronics had announced in India its new fancy designed Simmtronics VM04L USB Flash Drive that is available in choice of combination of texture/colors including Gold, Blue, Black and Brown leather and is claimed to be moisture proof.
Kingston has announced today the launch of its first USB 3.0 Flash drive, the Kingston DataTraveler Ultimate 3.0 (DTU30) Flash Drive, that takes advantage of the faster USB 3.0 specification that has up to ten times the data transfer rates of the current USB 2.0 specification.
VIA Labs today unveiled its latest USB 3.0 product, the VIA Labs VL750 Super-Speed USB to NAND flash Controller, a revolutionary single-chip solution for the next generation of USB flash drives. An example USB 3.0 SuperSpeed Memory Stick based on the VIA Labs, Inc VL750 USB 3.0 to NAND flash controller
Kingston has announced the launch of its DataTraveler Mini Fun Generation 2 (G2) USB Flash Drive in India market that can be attached to any key chain or mobile devices and is available in storage capacities ranging from 2GB to 8GB.
Kanguru Solutions has today announced the launch of its new Kanguru Defender Elite, Secure Flash Drives, which are highly secure, hardware encrypted flash drives meeting government, healthcare and financial industry standards and are now also available for Mac and Linux platforms.