- Transcend Announces New Products
Transcend have further extended their product lineup today with press releases announcing their Digital Album device, 1GB DDR2-533 SO-DIMM, and new-generation Jetflash110 USB2.0 drive. The creation of each of these devices (and more) from the Transcend labs have led them to achieve no less than 6 symbol of excellence awards for 2005, which was presented to them by Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs recently.
Transcend Information, Inc. takes great pride in receiving no less than six (6) Symbol of Excellence Awards for 2005. Transcend's featured winning product's are, the MP3 Photo Player, Digital Album, DDR2 Memory Module for Desktops, StoreJet 1.8", PhotoBank and DDR2 Memory Module for Notebooks.
The Symbol of Excellence Award is presented by Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs to companies it recognizes as producing products, which exhibit a superior level of excellence in the areas of R&D, Design, Quality, Marketing and Brand Awareness.
The receipt of these awards and the outstanding achievement it represents marks yet another milestone in Transcend's continuing dedication to producing ever more innovative and creative devices. As Symbol of Excellence winners, this crowns what has already been a great year for Transcend products. Our devices are going from strength to strength and this is being recognized by the industry; our StoreJet 1.8" has already been awarded the International 2005 iF Product Design Award.
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