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Smart looking new Kingmax USB flash drive delivers simplicity
Press release, Staff reporter, DIGITIMES [Friday 23 April 2010]

Leading memory module brand Kingmax has announced the addition of the PD-02 to its family of USB flash drives designed for consumer and small- to medium-size business users. The new portable drive comes with a simple streamlined design and is price-friendly, extending Kingmax' reach into the market where cost and simplicity matter.

Kingmax said its previous-generation PD-07 has received positive feedback thanks to the product's look of simplicity and affordable pricing. The new PD-02 maintains these attractive features, while adding a slide-out USB connector and anti-scratch body.

The slide-out USB connector makes the Kingmax PD-02 slim and cap-less, bringing greater convenience to consumers. Meanwhile, its scratch-resistant surface allows users to not worry if the drive will be scratched or damaged.

Featuring a USB 2.0 interface, the new Kingmax PD-02 is now available in 2GB, 4GB, 8GB and 16GB capacities.

Kingmax PD-02

Kingmax PD-02
Photo: Company

Kingmax PD-02 with slide-out USB connector

Kingmax PD-02 with slide-out USB connector
Photo: Company

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