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Silicon Power Launches LuxMini 720 with Three Brand New Colors

Inherited from its original fashion essence, the combination of exquisite metallic casing, silk-shine exterior, and perfect circular arc brings out its unique modernistic look, SP/Silicon Power hereby launches 3 brand new colors of LuxMini 720 - Peach, Deep Blue and Bronze to represent consumers' individualities through the language of design.


LuxMini 720 is easy to carry and can be used as a decorative accessory suited to the consumers' own lifestyle such as attaching it to a key chain or a necklace It is available in storage capacities from 4 GB to 32 GB to meet different user demands. LuxMini 720 allows instant plug and play and is also compliant with the RoHS requirement conforming with the trend of environmental awareness.


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All Silicon Power USB flash drive products come with lifetime warranty, as well as SP Widget application software which provides seven major back up and security tools. A 60-day free trial of Norton Antivirus 2011 is also included to further ensure the value-added services in security and convenience to the consumers.


Product Features


- The exquisite aluminum surface casing

- Brand new trendy colors

- Plug and play, no additional power source required

- SP Widget free download, providing 7 major back-up and security function

- No driver needed except for Win 98/ 98SE

- Compliant with RoHS requirements


Product Specification


- Dimensions: 54.6 x 16.8 x 7.2 mm

- Weight: 10 g

- Interface: compatible with USB 1.1 and 2.0

- Support OS: Windows Vista, WinXP, Win2000, WinME, Win98, Mac OS 9.0 & higher, Linux 2.4.0

- Durability: 10,000 insertion/removal cycles

- Lifetime Warranty

- Color: Peach, Deep Blue, Bronze

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