Thursday, April 4th 2013

ADATA Intros NBA-branded Flash Drives

ADATA Technology, a leading manufacturer of high-performance DRAM modules and NAND Flash storage application products, today announced the launch of NBA themed USB flash drives. All thirty teams will be represented in the new product lineup, which is officially licensed by the National Basketball Association and available in the United States and Canada.

Each drive is emblazoned with a vivid team logo on one side, and the NBA logo on the other. All USB flash drives deliver the best of USB 2.0 transmission, and are introduced at 16 gigabyte capacity. According to Tom Lin, Managing Director, "We have had consistently good feedback from consumers on our previous cooperation with the NBA, so this time we brought more color, higher capacity, and a convenient sliding USB connector. With the higher resolution media that people are carrying around and sharing, these flash drives will be indispensable to any basketball fans."
The cap-less design of the drives eliminates worry about lost drive caps, and a strap hole at the end accommodates a carry strap or a lanyard, for maximum portability.
Purchasers can also take full advantage of ADATA's free and proprietary value-add software, including UFDtoGO, OStoGO and the latest Norton Internet Security 2013 (60-day trial).

For more information, visit the company's website here.
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11 Comments on ADATA Intros NBA-branded Flash Drives

In b4 teh whine about USB 2.0! :)
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They should make different levels for them based on the finish of the NBA teams. Better the team the faster the speed!
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Then the drive I would pick (Milwaukee Bucks) would most likely use a serial port. :(
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I would burn mine, Cleveland Cavliers, F you Lebron!. :p
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My USB would get some inconsistent performance. But durable (BOS).
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I dont follow sports but the NJ nets are now the Brooklyn nets

I learned something new today lol.
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erockerThen the drive I would pick (Milwaukee Bucks) would most likely use a serial port. :(

Do u miss the ray Allen days?

The heat drive should come with a ring or three
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i have to say their color is nice, maybe you buy it not coz you need it but you think this ufd is nice
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GO SPURS GO! Great performance and consistency.
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Gonna pour a 40 out for the Sonics when I get home :(
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Fishfaced Nincompoop
I would insult every stick and claim they are stupid and silly and should become real drives (hockey).
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