Thursday, April 11th 2019

ADATA Launches Elegant UV350 USB Flash Drive

ADATA Technology, a leading manufacturer of high-performance DRAM modules, NAND Flash products, and mobile accessories is pleased to announce the launch of the ADATA UV350 USB flash drive. The UV350 flash drive features an understated, elegant look with a capless design that does away annoying caps. A hanging hole at the end makes for easy attaching to keychains and lanyards for excellent portability. The drive comes with up to 64GB of storage space and USB 3.1 for hassle-free storage of photos, music, video, and everything else.

The glossy surface finish of the UV350 is stylish and elegant, and along with a tail-shaped hanging hole, it presents a refined and understated design that's ideal for the busy business professional. The hanging hole lets users easily fasten it to just about anything ultimate portability. What's more, with a capless design, fumbling around with and misplacing annoying caps is a thing of the past.
Featuring USB 3.1 the UV350 sports transmissions speeds of up to 5Gb per second, plug and play capability, and is backward compatible with USB 2.0 devices. Users won't need to worry about sufficient storage space when capturing 4K videos and hi-res photos with up to 16GB, 32GB, or 64GB capacities. The UV350 works with all types of devices including PCs, tablets, stereos, TVs, car audio systems, game consoles, and more. Meanwhile, plug and play capability means users can transfer files quickly and effortlessly. As with all ADATA USB flash drives, the UV350 comes backed by a 5-year warranty.
Exact availability of the HV350 may vary by region.
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2 Comments on ADATA Launches Elegant UV350 USB Flash Drive

And here I mistakenly though the performance of a USB flash drive mattered more than the looks...
I will also bet hard, cold cash that this thing will never hit 5Gbps transfer speeds.
Also, is it called the UV350 or HV350?
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hah, 64GB.....puh-leeze........

my collection of high-rez desktop pics takes up moar space than that, let alone my family photos and other data........guess I will have to stick with my upcoming 2x 2TB drive purchases.....
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