Transcend Information, Inc. (Transcendhttp://www.transcend.com.tw/pr/press/images/small_r2.gif), a leading manufacturer of storage and multimedia products, will be exhibiting at CAMEX 2015, the world's largest retail expo of products for students of all ages. Throughout the exhibition, Transcend will display its latest products including Mac-Compatible solutions, USB flash drives, as well as other computer peripheral solutions such as external hard drives and card readers. Visitors will find Transcend at Booth #4255 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, from February 22nd to February 24th.
Dedicated Products to Satisfy Various Storage Applications
Participating at CAMEX for the first time this year, Transcend will display a comprehensive and advanced product portfolio, including the latest external hard drives, SSDs, memory cards, card readers, and multimedia products. Engineered for long life cycles and maximum durability, Transcend's products undergo extensive reliability and quality testing to ensure users to safely store their documents and images in extreme conditions.
Mac-compatible Upgrade Solutions
During the exhibition, Transcend will introduce a comprehensive Mac-compatible product portfolio comprised of three new product categories, including JetDriveTMseries SSD Upgrade Kits for MacBook laptops, JetDriveTM Lite series expansion cards aimed at MacBook Pro with Retina display and MacBook Air users, and the Thunderbolt Hard Drives for Mac computers.
In addition to the Mac-compatible products and storage solutions, Transcend will also showcase its USB flash drives with customized logo printing service.
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