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Apacer Announces AH354 USB 3.0 Flash Drive with Sliding Cover Design

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  1. btarunr

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    Apacer has launched a series of hot-selling USB 3.0 flash drives. It seizes the opportunity and introduces its latest product, AH354 USB3.0 flash drive, which adopts the next-gen USB 3.0 specification with a reading speed of up to 80MB/s and a capacity up to 32GB. It has an exclusive U-Ring design, combining the ring with the hidden sliding cover. Its shiny crystal blue color and rounded contour design is definitely a sight to behold.

    AH354’s “U-Ring” design originates from three features of the product itself – Ultra Fast Speed, Unique Design, and User-friendly Experience. The unique U-Ring integrates the ring with the sliding cover structure, rendering a sleek and clean look. Its pebble-like smooth, rounded contour along with the crystal blue U-Ring highlights its elegance and velocity. The U-Ring not only prevents the cap from missing but also allows personal accessories to be freely attached to show distinctive style.

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    AH354 adopts the latest USB 3.0 specification with a reading speed of up to 80MB/s, which is more than 8 times that of USB 2.0. Thanks to the Super Speed, it can transmit a 4.37GB video file within 56 seconds, saving a lot of valuable time for the users. AH354 is available in three capacities, 8GB, 16GB and 32GB, backward compatible with the USB 2.0 interface, and provides a transmission speed of up to 34MB/s even on the USB 2.0 platform.

    AH354 boasts compatibility with Windows 7, ensuring perfect cross-platform user experience. In addition, equipped with the exclusive free ACE compression software, AH354 can further increase the capacity by up to 500%, making it the prime choice for USB 3.0 upgrade.

    For more information, visit the product page.
     
  2. Munki

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    Woah..oh wait it's just another flash drive.

    In all seriousness, Apacer could have made some in bigger sizes (at least 64Gb).
     
  3. Mussels

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    so its different because unlike other designs where the flash drive slides out of the cover- this time the cover slides away from the flash drive. OMG!


    at least its USB 3.0 and has decent speeds.
     

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