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Transcend 4GB JetFlash T2K Flash - just two grams

| Posted: Feb 6, 2007 1:00 pm

Transcend recently made their way into our news inbox with a press release about their new JetFlash T2K flash drives that weigh only two grams, almost weightless.

 

You've got the option of 1GB, 2GB or 4GB versions.

 


Transcend Information, Inc. (Transcend), a leading company in flash memory products,releases the lightest JetFlash™ T2K USB 2.0 Flash Drive with memory capacity up to 4GB. Transcend's JetFlash T2K is a tiny and slim flash drive; it measures a mere 42.6mm x 16mm x 3.1mm and is almost weightless (2g). The JetFlash T2K uses advanced sealing technique to assemble memory chip and casing into a perfect whole. Its classic and concise design includes a hook to use with a neck strap for convenience and to prevent the loss of it. Soon after using it, you will find it to be an indispensable tool for all your data transfer and storage needs at school, work, or home.

 

Transcend's JetFlash T2K can be used with the very useful software applications of the JetFlash™ elite software package when you download it from Transcend's website. The JetFlash™ elite focuses on the needs of the user and is specifically developed to help you manage your data and increase your productivity. The JetFlash™ elite includes eight functions: AutoLogin, PC-Lock, Favorites, Secret-Zip, E-mail, DataBackup, Online Update and My JetFlash. The JetFlash T2K supports Windows® 98SE/2000/Me/XP/Vista, Mac® OS 9.0 and Linux® Kernel 2.4.2 or later. It is now available in 1GB, 2GB, and 4GB capacities, and is backed by a lifetime warranty.

 

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