ADATA releases new USB flash drive

ADATA releases new USB flash drive

The famous maker of memory and memory products ADATA has launched a new USB flash drive that carries the UV130 brand name. The new flash drive boasts high-quality titanium appearance with solid zinc-alloy materials and comes with a race car spoiler-inspired strap hole that gives the drive some fashion.

The use of high quality materials is intended as ADATA wants to make the UV130 flash drive one of the most durable on the market. This does not come at the expense of the external looks though – the UV130 looks flashy and trendy, yet it is useful in almost any situation. The strap hole is also designed in such a way as to make it easy to carry it on a keychain.

The ADATA UV130 flash drive is now available in capacities of 8 GB and 16 GB. The drives also come with the free “UFDtoGO” and “OStoGO” software and lifetime warranty. Unfortunately there’s no information on the price of the new UV130 flash drive.

Source: ADATA

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