Transcend Introduces their 64GB Jet Flash V20 USB Flash Drive

September 2, 2008 by John Messina weblog
JetFlash V20 64 GB Flash USB Drive
Image courtesy of Cool Gadgets Zone

Transcend Information, Inc. is a leading manufacture of flash memory products. The V20 is small enough to fit into your shirt pocket and has semi-transparent color-band that lights up when in use. With 64 GB of storage space, the V20 makes it ideal for backing up music files, videos, digital photos and just about anything else that you may need to backup.

Transcend also makes available, for download, a powerful software utility, JetFlash elite data management tool. This software can be installed on a Windows, Mac or Linux base machine. This software also lets you automatically log on to website accounts, store all your bookmark favorites and even check your email.

All Transcend flash memory is made with the best chips available to ensure top performance and is backed by a lifetime warranty. Because of its small physical size and large storage capacity, the Jet Flash V20 makes it the ideal high-storage flash drive to meet one's backup needs.

Product features include:

• 64 GB storage capacity
• Lifetime warranty
• High-Speed USB2.0 interface
• Pocket size and easy to handle
• Free powerful data management software
• Website auto logon
• PC lock: lets you lock and un-lock your computer
• Browse bookmark websites on any computer
• Password protect files with powerful data encryption
• Backup, restore and synchronize mobile data
• 100% quality tested and verified

via: CoolGadgetsZone and Transcend

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nano999
4.2 / 5 (5) Sep 02, 2008
64 GB thumbdrives have been out for a while now. This one looks like it is bundled with a bunch of garbage geared toward idiots. I'll be more impressed when the price drops to $20. Where are the 1 terabyte thumbdrives that nanotech has been promising?

jburchel
4.4 / 5 (5) Sep 02, 2008
Does anybody even work at Physorg.com? It seems to just be a press-release robot. This seems like one of those horrendous Engrish instruction manuals that come with a lot of products. So very lame...

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