Friday, July 2nd 2010

Transcend Introduces 16GB JetFlash V90C Classic USB Flash Drive

Transcend announced an artistic addition to its JetFlash family, the 16GB JetFlash V90C classic keychain USB flash drive. Featuring abundant storage space and a sleek modern geometric pattern, the impossibly small JetFlash V90C is a stylish must-have for fashion-conscious mobile storage users.

Drawing inspiration from the intuitive and playful aspects of postmodern culture, the front of the 16GB JetFlash V90C is laser-etched with distinctive geometric shapes that create a striking colorful 3D illusion when light catches it at different angles. The drive features a capless design with a hidden USB connector, and also comes with a fashionable metal keychain, making it a perfect addition to any set of keys, wallet or purse.
Tiny yet spacious, the 4.8 mm-thick 16GB JetFlash V90C USB flash drive’s storage capacity is large enough to hold up to 6552 pictures (based on 5 megapixel JPEG compression format) or 240 minutes of 1080p video, enabling business travelers and ordinary users to effortlessly carry enormous amounts of data while on the move. Although delicate in appearance, this miniature flash drive’s shiny metal casing offers solid protection for any valuable digital data stored on it.

For added value, owners of any JetFlash drive can download and install Transcend’s useful JetFlash Elite data management tools to enhance mobile productivity. The JetFlash Elite software can turn the JetFlash drive into a key to automatically log on to website accounts, or even temporarily lock a computer to prevent unauthorized access. As with its predecessors, the 16GB JetFlash V90C USB flash drive is backed by Transcend’s industry-leading lifetime warranty.

The JetFlash V90C offers up to 15MB/s transfer speeds and is now available in four capacities: 2GB, 4GB, 8GB and 16GB.
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2 Comments on Transcend Introduces 16GB JetFlash V90C Classic USB Flash Drive

i gotta admit, that does look pretty stylish - and the metal casing is definitely a must.
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Actually it's not. I have the A-DATA C902, which is essentially the same thing without the casing.
It' so thin you can't really crush it. If it's flat down, you can walk on it, drive over it and it won't be damaged. Only way to really destroy it is to twist it or bend it. Which is also a hard task since it's so short...
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