Tuesday, April 29th 2014

Apacer Introduces the AH170 'StripedCandy' OTG Mobile Flash Drive

Apacer rolls out the "StripedCandy" mobile flash drive dedicated to Android smartphones and tablet PCs. Taking the shape of a colorful candy with lively stripes, the AH170 "StripedCandy" is like a perfect token for friends! Whenever you want to share the video clips and photos in your mobile device, simply connect AH170 and in no time the files can be transferred successfully instead of a laptop to transport files. It is so quick and easy that AH170 "StripedCandy" is your best buying option to share files as well as fun.

The AH170 "StripedCandy" comes in huge capacities: 8 GB, 16 GB and 32 GB, which add ultra-big storage to your smartphones/tablet PCs.

AH170 "StripedCandy": cute and comforting
Due to the stress of modern life, a healing gadget with cute look, playful design will become a market hit. Apacer's "StripedCandy" mobile flash drive features both "usefulness" and "healing effect". Users can enjoy the whopping storage space as well as the flexible hand feel thanks to its eco-friendly silica gel casing. Once you have it in your hands, you'll find it's irresistible. This is how it effectively comforts you and releases your pressure from life! People are in a frenzy after the launch of the AH172 "FlowerCandy". The new AH170 "StripedCandy" will also bring happy memories to friends!

Friends speak only the truth! Friendship is straightforwardness, the unspoken mutual understanding, and the irreplaceable warmth of caring underlying harsh words, just like the stripes on the AH170 OTG mobile flash drive. AH170 "StripedCandy" is available in two lively colors - while "warm orange" spreads the warmth of friendship, "admirable green" represents embrace and listening between friends. It is certainly the best token for friendship!

Memory expansion capacity for on-the-go entertainment
As 16 GB remains the standard storage capacity for most smartphones, such limited space prevents users from storing large quantity of app-related data, recorded videos and photos. If you want to enjoy digital content such as e-books, music and video clips, Apacer OTG mobile flash drive is always the best option to expand the capacity. Whenever and wherever you are, AH170 "StripedCandy", which comes in three capacities (8 GB, 16 GB and 32 GB), can easily add large storage space to your smartphone and tablet PC!

OTG support for easy sharing
You can connect AH170 "StripedCandy" mobile flash drive to any OTG-compatible Android smartphone/tablet PC in no time. This means that you can have fun sharing with your friends the digital content (such as video clips or photos) in your phone. You don't have to bring your laptop. All you need is an Apacer OTG mobile flash drive - whereby the files can be easily and quickly transferred to your friend's smartphone/tablet PC at any time. Simply by connecting the USB adapter supplied with the product, AH170 "StripedCandy" soon becomes a standard USB 2.0 flash drive. Compatible with all computers and USB devices, the gadget can add spice as well as speed to your digital life.
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6 Comments on Apacer Introduces the AH170 'StripedCandy' OTG Mobile Flash Drive

#1
Vinska
inb4 some kiddo finds one, eats it, gets media coverage and this gets taken out of market due to "being unsafe".
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Sasqui
by: Vinska
inb4 some kiddo finds one, eats it, gets media coverage and this gets taken out of market due to "being unsafe".
A bad idea for sure. A 5 year old ate my USB drive!
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FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
for a second there i thought i was looking at sushi.......
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#4
Constantine Yevseyev
by: Sasqui
A bad idea for sure. A 5 year old ate my USB drive!
No offense, but if you're 5 and you decide to eat a USB drive, then you'd better go visit a doctor. I mean, the one who checks the mental issues. When I was 5 I already new what USB drive is (even though we mostly used diskettes), and hell no I wasn't even thinking about doing anything with that but storing a data on it.
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#5
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
by: Constantine Yevseyev
No offense, but if you're 5 and you decide to eat a USB drive, then you'd better go visit a doctor. I mean, the one who checks the mental issues. When I was 5 I already new what USB drive is (even though we mostly used diskettes), and hell no I wasn't even thinking about doing anything with that but storing a data on it.
for some children its a mental disorder.
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#6
Baum
muhaha even adults are going to eat it...

thats unsafe design ^^ i love it!
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