SanDisk unveils hi-speed storage devices
Dubai, April 13, 2009
SanDisk, the global inventor and largest supplier of flash storage cards, has released the latest version of its flagship USB flash drive, the Cruzer Contour.
The Cruzer Contour boasts a massive 32GB of capacity. The company also launched its 32 GB Ultra ll SD camera card.
The 32 GB Cruzer Contour features a sleek and stylish black glossy design. To enhance its functionality it also includes a unique sliding USB connector which retracts into the body of the device, dispensing with fiddly caps but offering total protection for the sensitive connector via the sliding cover mechanism.
Every Cruzer Contour comes with lifetime limited warranty. It is also available in 4GB, 8GB and 16GB which each offer a high performance USB drive with minimum read speed of 25MB per second.
Other features of the 32GB Cruzer Contour include AES hardware encryption and password protection, enhanced Windows ReadyBoost, increased system performance on Windows Vista and U3 Smart compatibility.
In addition Carry and launch your personal applications and settings on any PC compatibility with Windows 2000, XP, Vista and Mac OS X v10.1.2+ and certified Windows 2000, XP, Vista and Mac OS X.
The SanDisk Ultra ll SD camera card was also released, which features superfast and animpressive 15MB per second read and 9MB per second write performance.
The high performance SanDisk Ultra ll SD camera card eliminates delay when transferring data from camera to PC and boasts solid reliability supported by a lifetime limited warranty.
'This is a higher capacity card for capturing more photos and longer videos. It’s the most popular, most compatible memory format for digital cameras,' stated Tareq Husseini, SanDisk’s Middle East and Africa sales director.
'In the past few years, the adoption of Secure Digital cards in DSLR cameras has been limited by speed, capacity and cost constraints. But when evaluating the declining cost trends for flash, and consumers’ increasing demand for storage there is an obvious need for the Ultra ll SD camera card,' he explained.-TradeArabia News Service
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