PNY launches the HP v165w USB flash drive

PNY launches the HP v165w USB flash drive

The US maker of memory products PNY has launched the new mini-mobile HP v165w USB 2.0 flash drive, designed for active transferring of files, music, videos and personal documents. The USB flash drive is as large as your thumb and can be conveniently placed nearly anywhere.

The new HP v165w USB flash drive looks really nice thanks to its futuristic semi-transparent blue shell. The drive has a lanyard that can be used to attach to a key ring or a mobile strap. The HP v165w USB flash drive is also dust-proof and water-resistant and ensures that you will get long-lasting high-performance on a daily basis. Measuring 9.4 x 16.0 x 30.5 mm (H x W x L), the drive features a non-slip cap that protects the USB port from external damage.

The new HP v165w USB flash drive is available in capacities that range from 4 GB to 32 GB. The flash drive is fully compatible with Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 and newer and Mac OS 10.3 and above. The drive also comes with a 2-year warranty.

No word on pricing as of now.

Source: PNY

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