To offer a greater selection to suit the diverse needs of different customers, Transcend Information, Inc. (Transcend®), a global leader in storage and multimedia products, recently released a brand new Anti-Shock USB Flash Drive—the JetFlash® V70.
The drive is made out of a durable eco-friendly rubber that makes it highly resistant to survive shock, splashes and dust. Created with sporty outdoor adventurers in mind, the JetFlash V70 allows users to express their individuality and unique personal style with attractive bright color schemes.
Unlike USB flash drives that are made of plastic or metal materials, Transcend’s JetFlash V70 is made of eco-friendly silicone rubber that provides a pleasant tactile feel and offers excellent protection for stored data while working, exercising, or traveling outdoors. For added piece of mind, the JetFlash V70 fully meets rigorous U.S. military drop-test standards (MIL-STD-810F 516.5—Transit Drop), literally making it one of the most robust USB Flash Drives available. The V70 also has an eye-catching streamlined shape and vivid bright colors that set it apart from the normal USB flash drive crowd. Additionally, the JetFlash V70 is equipped with a unique tethered cap holder that prevents it from getting lost when removed from the drive during file transfer.
Combining exceptional durability with a stylish sporty design, Transcend’s JetFlash V70 Rugged USB Flash Drive is a great storage device that allows users with active lifestyles to take their important files wherever they go. Currently available in 16GB (Red), 8GB (Orange) and 4GB (Purple) capacities, the JetFlash V70 carries Transcend’s renowned lifetime warranty and is poised to gain popularity worldwide.
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