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Thread: Transcend Releases the High-Speed USB 2.0 JetFlash




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    Transcend Information, Inc. (Transcend) releases the high-speed USB 2.0 JetFlash. Although many manufactures have already released the “so-called” USB 2.0 Flash Drives, some of them are even slower than the current USB 1.1 Flash Drives. Unlike these slow “so-called” USB 2.0 Flash Drives, Transcend releases the high-speed USB 2.0 JetFlash that is secure and reliable. Focusing on the research and development of flash memory for many years, Transcend’s newest USB 2.0 JetFlash can achieve a read speed of up to 8MB/sec and a write speed of up to 7MB/sec. This is 6 to 10 times faster transfer speed than a traditional USB 1.1 Flash Drive. Besides the high read and write speed, Transcend’s USB 2.0 JetFlash also has great reliability and stability for data transfer and storage.

    Transcend’s USB 2.0 JetFlash comes with a sleek new look in three colors: blue and lilac for mini size (32MB~512MB); champagne for regular size (1GB~2GB). These newest USB 2.0 JetFlash can be configured into two partitions with different capacities including security features, USB-ZIP and USB-HDD boot-up function. Transcend’s USB 2.0 JetFlash offers a LED to indicate the usage status and a mechanical write-protection switch to enhance the reliability of data storage.

    Transcend’s USB 2.0 JetFlash supports Windows® 98/98SE/2000/Me/XP, Mac OS 9.0 or later, and Linux kernel 2.4 or later. The USB 2.0 JetFlash is an indispensable tool for data transfer across school, work, or home computers. In addition, Transcend’s USB 2.0 JetFlash is built with original, highest quality NAND-type Flash chips and other selected high quality components. Transcend’s USB 2.0 JetFlash is the ultimate data storage device that can bring users the worry-free data storage and transfer experience.
    Cameron "Mr.Tweak" Wilmot
    Managing Director
    Tweak Town Pty Ltd

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    cool so now I can dump my old USB 2.0 "low speed" Flash Drive and get new one;)

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