PQI Unveils the S725 Ninja Flash Card Reader
PQI is aimed for those who care about operating simplicity and can't stand inconvenience by creating a tailor-made design for consumers on a budget by announcing the arrival of the S725 Ninja Flash Card Reader. This model features a slim, flowing exterior shape accompanied by a unique structural design. The front-end serves as the USB transfer interface, and when the micro SDHC/SD memory card is inserted in the back-end slot, it can provide a normal card reader data transmission functional. Also, its unique back-end secure-cap design completely protects the memory card and its great looking exterior while simultaneously resolving the problem of easily misplacing your memory card.
What's more, the S725 can also be used as a travel disk for storing data. With its agile 360° swiveling action, it offers a secure-cap design alongside dual functionality. With a built-in strap, it can also be used as a mobile phone ornament or hung from a bag as an accessory. Light and portable, it offers exactly what is needed- simplicity and convenience. The S725 and micro SDHC/SD card are sold as a package, so the price and user-friendly perks can be enjoyed in just a single purchase. This new product comes cloaked in a staid, understated black and a shape giving off an air of lightness and mobility. This little Ninja has the features and neat form to differentiate it from the competition both in functionality and user friendliness.
PQI S725 Product Specifications:
Interface: USB1.1 /2.0
Size: 34.2 x 21 x 9 (mm)
Storage Capacity: microSD up to 32GB
Operating Environments: Running: 0°C to 50°C; Normal: -40°C to 60°C
Operating System: Windows 2000, XP, Vista, or Mac 10.2-10.4
Warranty Period: Two years
For the latest PQI information, please visit the PQI global website at http://www.pqigroup.com.
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