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Early look at PQI's upcoming products

Waterproof Flash, Highend DDR2

| Posted: Feb 29, 2008 12:36 am

PQI are looking forward to displaying a whole rage of new memory related products at CeBIT next week, and give us all a sneek peek of what they will be showcasing. Their new lineup of devices include some Waterproof USB Flash Drives, DDR2-1066MHz overclocking kits, large capacity SD cards and much more.


You can read this press release for further information on their full range of upcoming products.


Taipei, Taiwan ( -- The annual 2008 CeBIT will be held on March 4 ~ 9 at Hannover, Germany. Exhibiting at Hall 23 - A40, PQI will have USB flash drive, flash card, DRAM module and DOM products. Divided into three sections, the UFD display area focuses on Intelligent Stick derived products, a PQI self developed Ur-Smart personal file management software and a live overclocking module demo area for visitors to get a better understanding of PQI products.


The Intelligent Stick derived products, all made of special COB manufacturing process making them waterproof, dust-proof and revolutionary in USB flash drive design. Utilizing it's unique interface design, derived products are fashionable in design and a breakthrough in UFD technology.


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