Verbatim Announces Store'n'Go GT Edition Flash Drives
Verbatim has taken inspiration from a long history of award winning sports cars and is launching two new GT USB Drives featuring the famous white racing stripes which are seen in circuits all over the world. The drives store up to 4GB and are ideal for carrying with you in any pocket or handbag. The drives are available in red and black for £7.99 (RRP).
These great looking USB drives feature the famous white racing stripes reminiscencent of the legendary sport cars seen on the top level racing tracks around the world. The USB interface of the new Verbatim Store 'n' Go GT Edition USB 2.0 Drive is physically protected with a sliding mechanism, avoiding the need for a separate cap. Available in a black or red designs, measuring 54mm long, 21mm wide and 9.22mm deep and weighing just 7.9g, the new GT Edition USB 2.0 drives fit neatly in any handbag or pocket.These stylish drives are the perfect accessory for any model of laptop or PC and of course are the ideal partnerfor Verbatim's 500GB GT Portable Hard Drive.
Two new Store 'n' Go USB 2.0 Drives in red and black GT design
4GB storage capacity, weighing just 7.9g
Sliding mechanism, no need for a separate cap
Fits ideally in any handbag or pocket,
Windows 2000, XP, Vista, Windows 7, Mac OS 9 or higher, LINUX 2.4.0 or higher
Green credentials; Less Plastic: 90% less plastic than standard Clamshell packaging
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