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Sunday, 28 October 2007 15:48

Patriot announces 32GB Xporter XT Boost

Written by Slobodan Simic

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High capacity and high speed USB Drive

 

Patriot Memory has announced a 32GB version of its Xporter XT Boost flash drive series. We already wrote about Xporter XT Boost back in August, but back then Xporter XT Boost was available in up to 16GB capacity.

The new 32GB Xporter XT Boost features read speeds of up to 150x, and is certified for Windows Vista and comes with ReadyBoost support.

As with the entire Xporter XT Boost series, the 32GB version also comes with a rubber water resistant housing, and a lifetime warranty.

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