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A-DATA Releases its First 32GB USB Flash Drives

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A-DATA Technology, a worldwide leader in high performance DRAM module and flash memory products, today announced its largest capacity USB flash drives in two models, the 32GB PD2 and PD9 that it is expanding its USB flash drive family lines with new 32GB capacity offerings.



PD2 is the silver one & PD9 is the black one

New Solution for Backing-up Critical Data

As there are more and more customers use portable storage devices to back-up critical or sensitive information, customers care about the capacity of their storage device. A-DATA understands what customer currently need and announces its latest high-capacity USB flash drive, the 32GB PD2 and PD9 which is about the size of 69.6mm x 17mm x 10mm (L x W x H ), and is small and light enough to be taken anywhere. With its enormous 32-GB memory capacity, the PD2 or PD9 USB Flash Drive allows users to store massive volumes of all sorts of personal files, music, digital photos, and even full-length HDTV movies and still have space left for work or school documents. PD2 and PD9 are also available in 1GB, 2GB, 4GB, 8GB, 16GB and 32GB capacities that provide complete choices for all customers.

A-DATA PD2 and PD9 32GB USB flash drives are available through A-DATA’s authorized distributors worldwide. All A-DATA flash products are backed with complete customer service and limited lifetime warranty.

Source: A-DATA
 
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i am use now A-data

i am use A-data my flsh it do will i have 4gb befor a year to right now
 
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i've had the 4gb for almost 2 years, was thinking about getting the 16gb the other day. But looks like i'll be getting the 32gb
 
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im sorry i could not put that much data on something like that...if you loose it your screwed...ill still to 4-8 gigs!

but i guess it would come in handy for people that need to back up allot of really big files.
 

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