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Friday, 14 December 2007 13:48

Patriot to show off 64GB USB Flash at CES

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Going retail in Q2

 

Patriot memory has announced its new products, which will be showcased during CES in January 2008. Patriot definitely has a lot to show.

One thing caught our attention: the 64GB USB flash drive branded 64GB Xporter XT Boost. According to the information we got, we will have to wait until the  2nd quarter of 2008 for this "little" thing. Patriot will also show its new Viper line of memory modules with speeds up to 2GHz. In addition to this mammoth USB drive, Patriot will show off 8GB MicroSD and 8GB MiniSD cards, its 32GB Razzo USB drive and the most important thing, Patriot's Solid State drives.

It looks as if Patriot is working hard to take a larger piece of the market in 2008, and things are looking bright for the company, at least for now.



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