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Transcend Unveils Dual Channel JetFlash

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| Posted: Jun 21, 2007 1:15 am

Transcend have announced some new Ultra-Speed models to their "JetFlash" range of USB flash drives this week, these being the JetFlash 160, 168, 110 and 2A series.

 

All of these new models use quality dual Hi-Speed SLC NAND Flash chips which are capable of a max read and write speed of 30MB/s and 25MB/s respectively. As such, they are also suited to the Windows ReadyBoost feature in Vista.

 

Each of the models can be had in 2, 4 and 8GB capacities, with a 16GB capacity also available with the JetFlash 2A variant.

 

You can get further information on these at Transcend's website.

 


These Ultra-Speed JetFlash drives are enhanced for Windows® ReadyBoost™ technology, which not only can accelerate program loading speed, but also can increase memory performance. They all come bundled with very useful software applications - the JetFlash™ elite software package, which 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, My JetFlash, and Online Update. Also, they are compatible with Windows® 98SE/2000/Me/XP /Vista, Mac OS 9.0, Linux Kernel 2.4.2, and are backed by a lifetime warranty for the peace of mind that users deserve.

 

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