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Friday, 21 March 2008 12:55

PEAK II Xtreme 200x going 32GB

Written by Slobodan Simic

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32GB and Vista ReadyBoost

 

PEAK has launched its new PEAK II Xtreme 200X with 32GB of capacity. Besides the higher capacity this drive also supports Windows Vista's ReadyBoost function.

PEAK's new flash drive is available in capacities of 4, 8 and 32GB, and they all come with PEAK flash portable applications, which are available for free download from the PEAK Website. These applications include security, recovery, audio, video and many more applications.

According to the press release PEAK II Xtreme 200x 32GB can reach at least 30MB/12MB of read/write speed. According to the info that we managed to get this new flash drive should hit the channel pretty soon.

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