PNY launches the HP v150w USB flash drive

PNY launches the HP v150w USB flash drive

The famous maker of various PC peripherals PNY has launched the new HP v150w USB flash drive. Despite the fact that the new USB flash drive comes out now it is a USB 2.0 device. Strange, isn’t it, and we thought USB 2.0 was dead.

Despite the slower data transfer standard the new HP v150w flash drive is both spacious and stylish – there are several capacities to choose from – 8 GB, 16 GB, 32 GB, 64 GB and 128 GB and all of them offer a nice cap-less chassis with blue and black colors. The chassis is dust- and scratch-resistant and completely waterproof and features a strap hole on top of the drive so you can wear it on a lanyard or simply attach it to wallets, key chains and more. The drive itself measures 9.5 x 17.2 x 55 mm (H x W x D) and weighs about 8.8 grams so it will easily fit in pockets, envelopes, wallets, etc. The HP v150w is also compatible with Windows 2000 and newer and Mac OS 10.3 and newer. There’s a 2-year warranty as well.

The price of the new HP v150w is unknown, however.

Source: PNY

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