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Wednesday, 15 July 2009 11:54

Patriot announces its Xporter Mini II flash drives

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Small, with up to 16GB capacity

Patriot has unveiled its new Xporter series of flash drives, the Xporter Mini II. These new drives all use chip-on-board design which means that they are both water and dust proof.

The new Patriot Xporter Mini II series will be available in 2, 4, 8 and 16GB capacities and four different colors depending on the capacity. All of them feature a light aluminum design and weigh in at 2.6 grams. Patriot has also decided to go for the retractable USB design which means that the USB connector will be well protected and hidden.

The entire series is backed by a 2 year warranty period, and should be available soon as the 4GB version is already listed at Alternate.de with a €8,14 price tag.

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