Transcend rolls out 16GB JetFlash V85 USB Flash Drive in India

Transcend JetFlash V85 Transcend’s 16GB JetFlash V85 USB flash drive has debuted in the Indian market. Adorned in a sleek and advanced compact zinc-alloy body, V85 measures only 49.5mm (L) x 15.8mm (W). It’s slim enough at 7.4mm, to easily slide into small pockets or tight-fitting stacked USB ports. Apart from the humongous 16GB capacity, the drive is also available in capacities of 2GB, 4GB and 8GB.

Austin Huang, Regional Head – Sales, SAARC & APAC, Transcend, stated, “USB Flash drives have become ubiquitous today because of their ease of use, small size, reliability and cost-effectiveness. However, the users have an impending need for enhanced storage capacity as they like to carry around all their personal and office documents, music, images and videos for easy sharing and reliable accessibility. Transcend’s new JetFlash V85 will cater to this requirement with its huge capacity of 16GB and classy look!”

The key features of Transcend’s 16GB JetFlash V85 USB flash drive are:

  • Fully Hi-Speed USB 2.0 compliant, compatible with USB1.0/1.1 Easy
  • Plug and Play operation – no external power or battery necessary
  • Includes the JetFlash elite software pack:
  • – Website AutoLogin: Automatically log in to your online accounts
    – PC-Lock: Use the JetFlash V85 as a key to lock your computer
    – Mobile Favorites: Browse your favorite websites wherever you go.
    – Secret-Zip: Compress and password-protect files using powerful 256-bit AES Encryption
    – E-Mail: Use any computer to securely check, save and send email
    – DataBackup: Backup, restore and synchronize your mobile data
    – Online Update: Download the latest version of JetFlash elite

    The Transcend JetFlash V85 USB flash drive comes with a classy metal carrying chain, enabling users to easily attach a key ring or store it in your wallet or purse. Priced at Rs. 4,250/-, the drive bundles a 3-years warranty is available via Supertron Electronics Limited and Mediaman Infotech Pvt. Ltd. in India.

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