Strontium Launches 128GB Hulk USB Drive
May 27, 2010 5:08 PM
PC World Team
Strontium has launched three new series of USB flash drives - Key, Spin and Hulk. All three USB series are compatible with USB 2.0 Technology with the data transfer rate of up to 480MB/sec.
Ajay Kogta, Country Manager, Indian Subcontinent, Strontium Technology, said, “All the three USB drives are a combination of capacity, ease-of-use and easy portability. They are versatile as they support storage not only of data but of applications and personal computer settings, plus security features.”
Key series is fingertip sized USB drive with capacities of 2GB and 4 GB. These drives are 23.85mm (H) X 14.5mm (W) X 6.8mm (D) in size and are available in black and white color at the price of Rs. 349 (2GB) and Rs. 499 (4GB).
Spin Series is available in 4GB, 8GB and 16 GB capacity. It stores personal or business files, and protects onboard digital content with password protected access control. These drives are 29.8mm (H) X 12mm (W) X 5.5mm (D) in size and are available in red, black, blue and gold color. Spin Series is available at price of Rs.549 (4GB), Rs.999 (8GB) and Rs.1999 (16GB).
Hulk series is a pocket size power house with 128 GB capacity and is available at the price of Rs.19,999. It comes with encryption to protect any data that users might need to have on them for work related things. It is available in silver color in the size of 71.4mm (H) X 27mm (W) X 9.3mm (D). All three series are available with five years warranty.
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