Apacer intros dual-interface mobile flash memory

Apacer intros dual-interface mobile flash memory

The ever increasing popularity of tablets and smartphones as well as the increasing number of multimedia applications and content have prompted the popular memory maker Apacer to create a new generation of ultra thin and small USB flash drives that come with dual interfaces, high capacity and durable chassis.

The Apacer AH173 is one such mobile device. It is capable of adding up to 32 GB of storage space to any smartphone or tablet that supports the interfaces the AH173 comes with. Speaking of them the new Apacer product comes with both micro-USB and USB dual interfaces. The front-end micro-USB interface allows for connectivity with smartphones and tablets, while the regular USB interface allows connectivity with standard USB-featuring devices. All this is wrapped in a really nice and sturdy zinc alloy body for better protection.

The Apacer AH173 targets people on the go and comes in three capacities of 8 GB, 16 GB and 32 GB. The pricing of the new memory sticks is still unknown.


Source: Apacer

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