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Wednesday, 25 July 2007 19:21

Kingmax launches 8GB Super Stick

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Tiny only by dimensions

 

Kingmax has launched what should be a world's smallest, highest capacity flash drive, 8GB Super Stick L series.

The L series is named for its large capacity, and according to press release should carry an affordable price tag. Small dimensions of 34x14.5x2.2mm, can be attributed to Kingmax's use of advanced Micron 72-nm flash memory.

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.

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As the entire Super Stick L series, this one also supports Windows Vista ReadyBoost. The new drive ships with popular NOD32 antivirus software. 

 

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