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KINGMAX Announces the PJ-01 OTG USB Flash Drive

Discussion in 'News' started by Cristian_25H, Dec 27, 2013.

  1. Cristian_25H

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    People need various accessories for their devices. For this kind of trouble to transfer data among different devices, KINGMAX is thoughtful to design this OTG USB! Portable devices do not need external accessory to connect PCs or other host with the plug-and-play design, supported OTG (On-The-Go) function of android smart phones and tablets, people can read/edit files much more easier.When portable devices couldn't search Wi-fi signal, OTG USB make users read/edit files as usual. User needn't search any cybercafé or fast food restaurant anymore.By the way, the PJ-01 is really small and featherweight for taking along, only 3 grams.

    It is convenience for outdoor enthusiasts to carry. Users can always hold their important data. Not only for the convenience, but also for trendy style with multi fashion-colors. PJ-01 is an indispensible tool for maintaining and updating data when on the road. Users will enjoy quality and convenient on-the-go experience. By sharing files, friends will be closer, and life will have more colors.

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    All KINGMAX flash drives undergo the strictest quality control, and are subjected to strict testing. KINGMAX ensures premium product quality and flawless customer service.

    Features
    • Fashion and Multi-colors for choose
    • Lightweight, Petite and Reliable compact design in aluminum metiral
    • Plug-and-Play, Support OTG(On-The-Go) function in Micro USB interface
    • Making Sharing file easier, directly read and edit files
    • Compliant with USB2.0 specification ( up to 480 Mb/s)

    Specifications
    • Dimensions: 33 mm x 14 mm x 5 mm
    • Weight: 3g
    • Voltage: DC 5V
    • Interface: 5pin Micro USB with OTG support (Compliant with USB2.0 )
    • OS Supported: Android, Window8/7, Vista, XP, 2000, Mac 10.X
     
  2. Jorge

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    There must be at least 40 million different flash drive models on the market these days? I guess with PCs not selling so well the RAM suppliers have plenty of time to dream up different colored and shaped widgets to create flash drives? I'd much prefer a good economy, improved PC sales and useful products. Let's hope 2014 is a lot better than 2013 has been though there are few signs that will actually be the case.
     
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    yeah, 40 million flash drives. ALL of them are normal usb drives. this is a usb OTG drive, and are used in mobile phones and tablets. to my knowledge, no one else makes these things right now, so it is pretty cool. a year from now though, then it will be boring.
     
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    You have got to be kidding, right?
     
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    Adata and Patriot already had similar products available for last couple of months. Also if you read the techpowerup news you will find atleast 8 similar product announcements from Sony, and other manufacturers.
     
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    i found two, one from silicon power and one from green power. where are these 8 others, including sony, that you speak of?
     
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