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Transcend Introduces 32GB JetFlash V60 USB Drive

Discussion in 'News' started by Jimmy 2004, Feb 18, 2008.

  1. Jimmy 2004

    Jimmy 2004 New Member

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    In order to meet growing consumer demand for large capacity portable storage solutions, Transcend Information, Inc. (Transcend), a leading manufacturer of flash memory products, today introduced its latest high-capacity USB flash drive – the 32GB JetFlash V60. About the size of an AA battery (61mm x 18.6mm x 9.8mm), the versatile JetFalsh V60 is small and light enough to be taken anywhere. With its enormous 32GB memory capacity, you can easily store all of your personal files, music, digital photos, and even full-length HDTV movies and still have space left for work or school documents. Already known for its eye-catching colors and surprisingly affordable price, Transcend’s JetFalsh V60 is now more attractive than ever.


    The newest addition to Transcend’s successful Value series of JetFlash drives, the 32GB JetFalsh V60 is also equipped with a wealth of useful software tools designed for computer users who are always on the go. The JetFlash elite software suite can be installed to run directly from the JetFlash drive when you plug it in, and includes seven time-saving data management functions, including: Website AutoLogin, PC-Lock, Mobile Favorites, Secret-Zip encryption, Mobile E-mail, DataBackup and Online Update. The JetFlash V60 also supports Windows 98SE / Me / 2000 / XP / Vista, Mac and Linux, providing seamless data exchange between different operating systems.

    The 32GB JetFlash V60 is conveniently compact, and can be plugged directly into the USB port on your desktop or notebook for fast, easy data transfer and storage. Add to that its gigantic 32GB memory capacity, and you will never worry about running out of space again! Offered in an assortment of bright, pearl-accented colors, the JetFlash V60 brings “More Value, More Colors, and More Fun!” to your digital world. It is now available in 1GB, 2GB, 4GB, 8GB, 16GB and 32GB capacities.

    Product Features
    • Compact design with attractive bright colors
    • Fully Hi-Speed USB 2.0 compliant, compatible with USB1.0/1.1
    • Easy Plug and Play operation - no external power or battery needed
    • Includes the JetFlash elite software pack:
    • Website AutoLogin: Automatically login to your online accounts
    • PC-Lock: Use the JetFlash V60 as a key to lock your computer
    • Mobile Favorites: Browse your favorite websites wherever you go
    • Secret-Zip Function: Compress and password-protect files using powerful 256-bit AES Encryption
    • E-Mail: Use any computer to securely check, save and send email
    • DataBackup: Backup, restore and synchronize your mobile data
    • Online Update: Download the latest version of JetFlash elite
    • Driverless (only Windows 98SE requires driver installation)
    • 100% tested and verified
    • Lifetime warranty
    Source: Transcend
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  2. CrAsHnBuRnXp


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    But the final question is how much?
  3. thoughtdisorder

    thoughtdisorder New Member

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    Hmmm, I searched for a price for this one and couldn't find one. The 32gb Corsair currently goes for $349.00 :eek:
  4. cmberry20

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    ^ I can pick them up for £125 ($250)
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  5. zCexVe


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    How is the speed?That matters.I will never wait an hour to fill 32GB.
  6. paul06660

    paul06660 New Member

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    I remember when 32 gigs would of ran you $3000 a few years ago.
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  7. twicksisted


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    To move 32GB across USB onto an external harddrive will probably take longer than an hour, so i dont expect this will be much faster ;)

    (though its been a while since i did a transfer of that size onto external drives)

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