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ADATA Launches UE700 Pro USB Flash Drive - PCSTATS.com ADATA Launches UE700 Pro USB Flash Drive
Tue, Dec 11 2018 | 4:30PM | Filed under: Memory| PermaLink Posted by: STAFF

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ADATA Technology, a leading manufacturer of high-performance DRAM modules, NAND Flash products, and mobile accessories today launched the UE700 Pro USB flash drive. Featuring read/write speeds of up to 360/180MB/s* and up to 256GB of storage capacity, the drive offers users fast data transmissions and plenty of space for high-resolution movies, videos, and other data. What’s more, it sports an ultra-thin 7mm form factor and a brushed aluminum surface that’s highly portable and stylish.

Employing USB 3.1 the UE700 Pro sports fast read/write speeds of up to 360/180MB per second. That means users can transfer a 4GB high-resolution movie file in a speedy 22 seconds**. Also, in an era of 4K videos, there can never be too much storage capacity. Therefore the UE700 comes with up to 256GB of storage capacity so users can capture hi-res photos and videos without fear of running out of space.

The drive features a capless design where the USB connector is concealed in a compact body, fully protected without the need for a drive cap. A simple thumb swipe forward makes it ready to use, and the reverse motion stows the connector for storage or travel. What’s more, it sports an ultra-thin 7mm form factor and an elegant brushed aluminum surface that highlights the sleek concentric lines that emanate from the beautiful blue LED indicator. A lanyard hole offers convenience and personalization allowing users to attach the UE700 Pro to a lanyard or keychain for easy carrying, or accessorizing. ADATA UE700 Pro USB Flash Drive

32GB/$24.99
64GB/$34.99
128GB/$69.99
256GB/$89.99

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