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Transcend Announces JetFlash 330 USB Flash Drive

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Transcend Information, Inc., a worldwide leader in storage and multimedia products, today announced the release of its JetFlash 330 USB flash drive, the latest addition to its JetFlash series. The stylish white JetFlash 330 offers efficient data transfer and ample storage capacity of up to 16GB, making it easier than ever to carry hundreds of personal documents, photos and music anytime, anywhere.

The sleek, porcelain-like JetFlash 330 USB flash drive works well with any style. It features a white gloss finish embellished with an adorable color band indicating its storage capacity, and a bright LED indicator that flashes during data transfer activity. The JetFlash 330 weighs only 8.5 grams, making it lightweight enough to carry around and easy to slip into the user’s pocket or purse.



Besides its classic contoured design, the JetFlash 330 impresses users with a satisfying transfer speed of up to 15MB/s and true plug-and-play functionality. Being fully compatible with Windows ReadyBoost, a feature of Windows 7 that allows users to optimize system performance by increasing available memory, the JetFlash 330 USB flash drive is also able to double as additional computer RAM.

As with all other Transcend USB flash drives, the JetFlash 330 is backed by a limited lifetime warranty. For added value, users can download and install Transcend’s free JetFlash Elite data management tools onto the JetFlash drive to enhance mobile productivity.

Offering versatile features at a fair and reasonable price, the JetFlash 330 is now available in three capacities: 4GB Green, 8GB Purple and 16GB Lavender.
 

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slow day?:p
 

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15MB/s, wooo.
 

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If it's not USB 3, it's not worth mentioning. There's really nothing new in USB 2 flash drives. Just another new look to try to sell some extra units, with no real innovation.