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Transcend's Day in the Spotlight

| Posted: May 14, 2005 3:52 am

Transcend went on a press release frenzy earlier today, unveiling a bunch of nifty new products in line with their preperations to be a part of the huge upcoming Computex show in Taipei. Seperate announcements are linked below for all the details folks.

 

 

- Transcend Displays an Outstanding Array of New Products at Computex Taipei 2005

 

- Transcend announces its Dual Voltage Reduced-Sized MultiMediaCard-MMCmobile Card

 

- Transcend announces its Next Generation of High Performance MMC4.0 MultiMediaCards (MMCplus)

 

- Transcend Releases its All-New Multi-Function Flash MP3 Player, the T.sonic™ Photo

 

- Transcend releases its newest 80X SD Card featuring outstanding data transfer speeds

 


Looking for the eye-candy? You'll find images of their latest products within this zip file.

 

Transcend Information, Inc. (Transcend), would like to welcome all visitors, guests, partners, and potential partners to Computex Taipei 2005, the world's premier Information Technology Trade Show, which is being held from May 31- June 04, in Taipei, Taiwan. Computex Taipei highlights all the latest trends in IT and telecommunications. As the world's top two trade fair, Computex Taipei exhibits offer a look at the world's most comprehensive line-up of Hi-Tech products and markets.

 

Exhibitors from all over the world will present their products and services to conference attendees; as an annual exhibitor this year is no exception for Transcend, we will once again be displaying the highest quality memory modules, cutting edge DRAM and Flash products, and now an entire new line of feature rich consumer electronics. Only Transcend offers, this unique combination of knowledge and expertise in memory modules, flash memory cards, USB pen drives, portable HDDs, multimedia products and accessories.

 

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