A-DATA S701 (Eee PC Edition)
There is no denying ASUS' Eee PC has enough users to be called a sub-culture, many of whom seek out accessories to match their tiny PCs. Life is always a little easier when a company actively markets products built to support such a device and that is what the Eee PC Edition of A-DATA's Sport Series S701 is for. Available in both white and black, the S701 Eee Edition comes with a leather strap and looks like it was built for Rodeo Drives. Capacities available are 2, 4 and 8 GB. Non Eee PC Editions of the S701 are available in black, red and blue.
Specifications and Features
The S701 is a little smaller than the N702 and appears to have a little more durability with its zinc frame.
The S701 Eee Edition seems a little basic, but gets the job done. As you can see, A-DATA isn't shy about marketing the product to Eee users; it says so right on the package.
On the back we see a mini manual for the S701 that covers use, specifications, features and system requirements.
The A-DATA S701
The S701 uses a material that feels like leather and uses a diamond pattern over the zinc frame. On the top you can see the mechanism to release the data connector.
By pushing the tab to the front we expose the data connector.
Accessories for most thumb drives are pretty slim, but A-DATA has given the S702 a nice leather bracelet for your wrist with a matching zinc coupler.
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