Green Swivel 128MB Memory Pen Stick USB 2.0 Storage Thumb USB Flash Drive NEW For Sale

Green Swivel 128MB Memory Pen Stick USB 2.0 Storage Thumb USB Flash Drive NEW


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Green Swivel 128MB Memory Pen Stick USB 2.0 Storage Thumb USB Flash Drive NEW:
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Description:
  • USB version: USB 2.0
  • Capacity: 128MB
  • Maximum reading speed: 10 MB / s
  • Maximum writing speed: 5MB / s
  • Compatible:All Brand of PC,Laptop,HP,Dell,Toshiba,etc
  • Storage Capacity: 128MB
  • Country/Region of Manufacture:China
  • Note:The U disk capacity is counted as "1MB=1000KB, 1GB=1000MB" while the operating system adopts binary algorithm as "1MB=1024KB, 1GB=1024MB". So the display capacity may differ from the nominal capacity.

Features:
  • Brand new and high quality.
  • Light weight,easy to carry and use,no need extra softwareto drive it.
  • Easy to read and read in high speed.
  • Hot plug and play.
  • Key chain design and fashionable style.
  • Support USB version 2.0 and 1.0.
  • Support Win98/ME/2000/Vista/7,Mac OS 9 X.
Color:Random
Package_Contents
  • 1*USB Flash Drive (The other accessories are not be included)


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