Silicon Power releases 128 GB flash drives

Silicon Power releases 128 GB flash drives

Silicon Power, a leading manufacturer of various memory products, has released new 128 GB flash drives that promise to keep your files and free you from the hassle of having multiple flash drives but with smaller capacities.

The new drives support both USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 and promise to keep up to twenty thousand 18 MP digital images, over 3000 songs or over 20 hours of HD video. The really good news is that Silicon Power has updated numerous lines of its flash drives to capacities of 128 GB. Thus the new drives will debut in the Blaze B10, Blaze B20, Blaze B30, Blaze B05, Blaze B06, Marvel M01, Marvel M50, Ultima U03, Helios 101, I-Series and LuxMini 720 lines. The following lines Touch T01, Touch T02, Touch T01 Mobile, LuxMini 710 and Unique 510 also get a capacity boost to 64 GB.

There’s no word on the pricing and availability of the new drives though.

Source: Silicon Power

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