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Sunday, 11 March 2007 20:52

Kingmax Super stick goes 4GB

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Small but has 4GB 


Kingmax just
released, as it claims, the world tiniest 4GB USB flash drive. Dimensions of this little thing is 34mm x 12.4mm x 2.2mm and it weights only 3 grams, this is at least what the PR release claims. 


Kingmax "Super Stick" flash drives are made with patented PIP packaging technology which gives their products advantages like water and heat resistance, shock absorbent, high density and performance. It also supports Vista ReadyBoost, and as they claim it could effectively improve performance between 30-40%.

 

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In this year Kingmax Super Stick USB flash drives will have new features that came through software and media industry collaboration, and partnership with a still unknown but as they claim renowned online game company. Those drives will come equipped with antivirus software and limited edition Super stick is tied with a major game launch in 2007.

 

Other companies should follow Kingmax steps and give away flash drives with games, very good for advertising.

You can find out more on Kingmax homepage

Last modified on Sunday, 11 March 2007 21:51
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