ADATA unveils the UV210 USB flash drive

ADATA unveils the UV210 USB flash drive

The Taiwanese maker of memory products ADATA has announced the new UV210 USB flash drive. The new gadget comes housed in a metallic chassis, colored in a champagne gold color. The chassis makes the UV210 much sturdier than other USB flash drives thanks to the usage of a special zinc alloy that dramatically increases the durability of the device compared to common plastic USB flash drives.

The new UV210 USB flash drive comes with other features as well – the drive does not offer a cap in order to eliminate the probability of losing it and in addition to this the USB flash drive is entirely Plug-N-Play and driver-less. Thanks to the use of a chip-on-board production process the UV210 USB flash drive is even sturdier and hence very resistant to water, dust and shock for excellent data protection. You can also use the drive with a keychain, a lanyard and even a necklace. The UV210 USB flash drive offers several capacities – 8 GB, 16 GB, 32 GB and 64 GB – and comes with ADATA’s UFDtoGO and OStoGO software as well as a lifetime warranty.

No word on pricing as of now.

Source: ADATA

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