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PNY Announces New Key Attaché USB Flash Drive

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Apr 30, 2012.

  1. btarunr

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    PNY worldwide leader in USB flash drives, PNY technologies, the leading manufacturer in memory products have released a new and exciting Key attaché USB Flash drive, the latest addition to their popular Attaché range. The Key attaché drive delivers convenient and portable access to your important files and documents. Its compact size and one of a kind design sets it apart from the rest. It also aims to be the lowest priced USB drive ever offering the ultimate in data storage without burning a hole in your pocket.

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    Keeping in mind the fast paced and busy lifestyle of today’s modern crowd, PNY’s key attaché USB flash drive combines innovation with unsurpassed functionality to offer the next level in storage devices. The drive features a special lanyard hole that can be attached to keys or the wallet or any other accessory of choice. It effectively serves the dual purpose of being a trendy and fashionable key ring while offering mobility of data and information. The unique and eye catching design makes it a visual delight that complements and reflects the style and personality of the user. The Key attaché drive comes in two flattering duo-colors: Turquoise/White and Grey/White.

    The storage capacities range from 4GB up to 32GB, works compatibly with operating systems including Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Mac OS: 10.3 above and promises warranty of 5 years.

    Learn more about PNY's latest fun to use flash drive here.
  2. Bunchies New Member

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    I hate Pny everything ,A family member gave me a Pny flash drive and it is sooo freakin slow they get around 100-300Kb/s .my Kingston flash drives are so much faster :toast:

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