PNY updates HP x755w USB flash drive line

PNY updates HP x755w USB flash drive line

PNY has been known lately for launching various new USB flash drives. The latest news from the company will not differ again as PNY has announced an update to its HP x755w USB flash drive line this time.

We should say here that the USB drive line has something to do with Hewlett-Packard (HP) so that’s why PNY has chosen to include this abbreviation in the flash drive names. Apart from this peculiarity this time the new HP x755w drives add massive capacity to attract your attention – they now offer 128 GB or 256 GB of capacity. Such enormous capacity must be filled quickly and this is the reason why the HP x755w comes with support for USB 3.0, which makes it suitable for transferring and storing large files, HD video, high-resolution photos and large games.

The HP x755w leans towards the budget side somewhat, however – the USB flash drive line offers cheaper plastic chassis but features cool shades of blue and white and a modern, cap-less design, which means you will not lose the cap of your HP x755w ever. In addition the drives have a key hole located at the end, which allows users to attach them to wallets, backpacks, key chains and mobile straps. The HP x755w is also compatible with USB 2.0 ports and does not need extra software to operate. The USB flash drives measure 9.5 x 17.2 x 55 mm (H x W x L) and run under Windows 2000 or newer and Mac OS X 10.3 or newer.

No word on pricing but this unknown price includes a 2-year warranty with it.

Source: PNY

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