ADATA DashDrive UV100 Flash Drive has Diamond-cut Bevel Exterior

By February 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

Taipe, Taiwan Based ADATA, a leading memory and storage products maker, who is popular in DRAM and NAND Flash applications products, has recently launched their, ADATA DashDrive UV100 USB Flash Drive.

ADATA DashDrive UV100 USB Flash Drive ADATA DashDrive UV100 Flash Drive has Diamond cut Bevel ExteriorThe UV100 is crafted with sharp edges like a diamond, and coated with special coating to reflect stars effect. The flash drive is just 5.8mm thick and measures only 5.8mm in length. The smaller size would make it smarter for those users, who want tiny pen drive, and give preference to portability. As the flash drive is fully capless, you would not worry about to loss it’s in accident, or even there will be no risk to loss the flash drive.

The ADATA DashDrive UV100 USB Flash Drive bound with a hole, which makes it easy for drive’s users, to attach it on a keychain, this will prevents pen drive to get loss somewhere. With the stylish exterior, and providing color options of Red, Black, and Blue, the style conscious people will get attractive towards the flash drive at first look. The flash drive is normal, and style is mostly different with other flash drives. It will be available in various storage capacities, including 5GB, 8GB, 16GB, so that consumer can choose their desired one, according to the requirement.

ADATA DashDrive UV100 supports, Adata OStoGo tool, which is revolutionary product of ADATA. The software tool enables users to install Windows 7 directly from USB Flash drive, so it eliminates the need of any optical drive. Other tools also offered, such as ADATA’s UFDtoGo, which intelligently synchronize emails, data, and other favorite music or videos. ADATA is also offering free 60-day trial of Norton Internet Security 2012 to the purchasers of UV100 USB Flash Drive.

It is expected that ADATA DashDrive UV100 Drive would go on sale in Taiwan first, followed by other countries, like USA or India.

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