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Monday, 18 August 2008 12:20

Sharkoon announces new USB sticks

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Flexi-Drive Slide

Sharkoon has announced a new series of USB flash drives, the Flexi-Drive Slide. This new series will be available in capacities of 2, 4 and 8GB packed in a small and elegant metal casing.


The new Flexi-Drive Slide series will have dimensions of 20x50x8mm (WxLxD) and it will feature the so-called “slide-out” mechanism which hides the USB connector inside its case. According to the press release this new flash drive series will have 12.5MB/s of read speed and 4.8MB/s of write speed.

All of these new flash drives are bootable and are available at the suggested retail price of €7.00, €11.00 and €22.00, respectively.

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