ADATA releases the UV140 USB 3.0 flash drive

ADATA releases the UV140 USB 3.0 flash drive

The famous Taiwanese memory maker ADATA Technology has released the new UV140 flash drive that comes with support for the latest USB 3.0 technology.

The new flash drive bets on a unique tail wing-shaped bookmark clip and a capless, light and compact design to capture attention. The drive is suitable for storing all kinds of files and offers fast data transfer speeds thanks to the included support for USB 3.0. The bookmark clip makes it easy to attach the drive to folders, books and other similar objects, while the capless design means that you will not mess with caps that can always get lost. Furthermore the UV140 comes with a strap mount at its tip so users can match it with a strap that best fits the drive color or their personal lifestyle. Finally the UV140 offers matte texture material that is smudge, scratch and fingerprint-resistant so the flash drive will look good no matter the environment.

The UV140 offers 16 GB, 32 GB and 64 GB of capacity and is available in Passionate Red and Calming Blue colors. The flash drive also comes with helpful software such as UFDtoGO and OStoGO for free and a lifetime warranty.

There’s no information on how much the new ADATA UV140 costs.

Source: ADATA

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