Silicon Power intros Marvel M70 flash drive

Silicon Power intros Marvel M70 flash drive

The popular maker of memory solutions Silicon Power has introduced a new portable USB 3.0 flash drive. The new company product is called Marvel M70 and is said to be Silicon Power’s fastest USB flash drive of this class.

The flash drive is really impressive when it comes to speed. It reaches read speed of 240 MB/sec and write speed of 80 MB/sec and offers generous capacities that reach 128 GB. There’s more to the Marvel M70 though – this flash drive comes in a rather extraordinary chassis that resembles a sports car and is made of carefully designed and processed luxurious zinc alloy casing. In addition to that the chassis offers an intelligent retractable USB connector through which users can operate the device through a simple push of a thumb.

The Marvel M70 measures 56.6 x 20.0 x 12.4 mm and weight 16.8 grams. The flash drive is available in capacities of 32 GB, 64 GB and 128 GB and is fully compatible with USB 3.0, USB 2.0 and USB 1.1. The drive can also run under all Windows versions starting with Windows XP.

No word on pricing but if you decide to get one of these you will also get a lifetime warranty.

Source: Silicon Power

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