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Mega Fifteen-way USB 2.0 Flash Drive Roundup - A-DATA N702

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| USB Drives in Storage | Posted: Sep 9, 2008 4:00 am

A-DATA N702

 

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The A-DATA N702 is from the Nobility Series and is currently available in three colors. Impeccable beauty is how A-DATA describes the drive and I have to admit it is a very sharp looking product. Others must have agreed as the N702 won an IF Product Award Design Award in early 2008. Capacities available are 2, 4 and 8GB.

 

Specifications and Features

 

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Packaging

 

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For some reason, when I look at the box front for the A-DATA N702 I think of a Zippo box, although I can't really recall exactly what one looks like...

 

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The back of the package lists the specifications and features.

 

The A-DATA N702

 

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The A-DATA N702 is closed in this image, but with a 180 degree twist of its baseĀ…

 

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The USB connector slides out, giving us an easy connection to a PC.

 

Accessories

 

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The drive comes with long and short rubber pieces that can be used to hold the N702 around your neck or wrist. The short version could also double as a key ring.

 

Benchmarks

 

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