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KINGMAX Reveals a Line of Compact, Waterproof COB USB Flash Drives

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  1. Cristian_25H

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    In ever-changing consumer electronics environment, electronic products are being designed to be lighter, thinner, and smaller. Cell phones and tablets are becoming smaller and more portable than ever before. This is a trend that has also influenced USB flash drives, which are getting smaller and smaller. The world renowned memory and flash drive manufacturer KINGMAX as a leading manufacturer of COB (chip-on-board) technology promotes a series of superior COB USB 3.0 and 2.0 flash drives. Not only is the size of the flash drive smaller, it is also water and dust proof. In a diverse market place, KINGMAX strives to provide high-quality, multifunctional flash drives to satisfy the demands of all customers.

    KINGMAX has combined faster components with dynamic capabilities to create the powerful, ultra-small UI-06 COB USB 3.0 flash drive. The flash drive is manufactured using a special COB packaging process makes the product more compact and air-tight, so consumers can rest assured that data is safe from water damage or dust interference thanks to the KINGMAX Product in Package (PIP) technology. In addition, UI-06 integrates the high transmission speeds of USB 3.0, which equips the device with a peak read speed up to 85 MB/s and a maximum write speed up to 22 MB/s for enhanced data transfer. The UI-06 is available in 8, 16, and 32 GB. The sleek body of the flash drive shines with a metallic gleam in blue or gray finish that expresses both a high-fashion and high-tech style.

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    The COB USB 2.0 flash drive series makes the most of the both the COB and PIP technology as well. In particular, the PI-03 used micro-COB technology allows the chip size and length to be shorter than the traditional COB. This allows the body of PI-03 to be super-mini and light, weighing in at a slender 2.5 grams. At just about the size of a keyboard key (21(L) x 14.5(W) x 7(H) mm)-users will hardly notice that it is plugged in to the computer. With its sleek, lightweight design, the PI-03 series is the perfect complement to the Ultrabook or any other thin electronic device.

    KINGMAX also provides other specially designed COB USB2.0 flash drives: the world's most stunning UI-05 flash drive, the classic super stick mini series, the personalized PD-71, and the dynamic PD-01. No matter if you are a business worker or a student just starting school, KINGMAX is sure to have a style of flash drive that suits your needs.

    KINGMAX flash drives meet RoHS regulations (restriction of hazardous substances for electronic and electrical and electronic equipment). All KINGMAX flash drives undergo the strictest quality control, and are subject to stringent testing to ensure durability and performance before shipping. What's more, KINGMAX products are backed by warranties and global customer service to guarantee the highest level of customer service satisfaction. For more information, please visit the KINGMAX website: http://www.kingmax.com/zh-tw/product/product/index/flash_drive.
     
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    I guess if you take your flash memory drive in the bath tub with you or leave it in your pocket when you go swimming, then the water-proof feature might be of some value? ;)
     
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    My grandfather could use one, actually.

    Well, not that he'd use it. He wouldn't stop talking about how much he wanted a tablet and all he does is check Facebook (at home) and load up GPS Status and watch it lock on. I'm pretty sure the only thing he does with his flash drives is plug them in and, I don't know, run a defragger on it or something useless.
     
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