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Apacer intro blade-shaped flash drive

Right-angled for convenience.

| Storage News | Posted: Sep 3, 2007 3:45 am

Apacer downunder have just released details of their new "Handy Steno AH421" flashdrive, this supposedly the first in the world with a blade-shaped design which can be swiveled 180 degrees for further convenience.

 

The USB drive is also Vista ReadyBoost approved and is available in capacities of 1, 2 and 4GB, with the 4GB model priced at $85 AUD.

 

Grab the announcement here for full details.

 


Sydney , Australia - 03 September 2007 - A "boutique" USB flash drive was born. Apacer Technology Inc, a global leader in memory modules and digital storage, today announced the new Handy Steno AH421, a USB flash drive that can embed in a notebook or PC. With the world's first blade-shaped design, its revolutionary adaptor can perfectly fit with Personal computer or Notebook, and allows user to carry Notebook everywhere without pulling it out.

 

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