PNY prepares universal USB flash drive

PNY prepares universal USB flash drive

The US company PNY Technologies, known for making various peripheral devices as well as video cards, has prepared the new DUO-LINK OU4 universal USB flash drive. The new company device measures 29.05 x 15.1 x 10.25 mm and weighs just 2.8 grams.

The main feature of the new USB flash drive is that it can be used with personal computers, which have a USB 3.0 port or compatible, as well as with devices that run Android 4.0 or newer and that have an OTG port. Along with this feature the DUO-LINK OU4 offers 8 GB, 16 GB, 32 GB or 64 GB of capacity, depending on the model, and reaches up to 120 MB/sec of read speed and up to 20 MB/sec of write speed. The flash drive comes housed in a nice metallic chassis and offers a swivel design cap that can be rotated to the side to reveal a microUSB connector underneath. In addition there’s an integrated strip hole at the cap that allows the drive to be attached to keychains, wallets and other similar accessories. The new PNY flash drive can also work with Windows 2000 or newer and Mac OS 10.3 or newer.

The DUO-LINK OU4 comes with a 2-year standard warranty. The price of the flash drive is unknown, however.

Source: Guru3D.com

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