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Tuesday, 23 October 2007 11:48

Apacer releases trendy flash drive

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Allows compression


Apacer
has released a new USB flash drive with a trendy design that spells an end to those USB lost cap problems.

Dressed in an ivory jacket, the AH223 uses a pen cap design, so its cap can directly plug into the bottom of USB body while data transferring. Because you don't have to take the top off you can't ever lose it, and this is a great thing.

According to the company's site, the AH223 is bundled with ACE software that provides file compression, decompression and password protection. It has a compression management system that shrinks commonly used files up to five times compared to their original file size. It comes with the usual file security and a drag-and-drop operation by automatically compressing and then saving files to the flash drive.

There are 512MB, 1GB, 2GB, 4GB versions.

More here.
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