Mini Flash Drive 16GB 16G Full-Metal Car Key Ring Encryption U Disk New S5T5 For Sale

Mini Flash Drive 16GB 16G Full-Metal Car Key Ring Encryption U Disk New S5T5


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Mini Flash Drive 16GB 16G Full-Metal Car Key Ring Encryption U Disk New S5T5:
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Elevate your memory storage with Netac 16GB USB2.0 flash drive. Featuring 16GB storage capacity, with excellent durability and ultra portability, this product is everything you need to store your data and expand your computer's storage.

Features
External storage, perfect for storing large file libraries consisting of movies, high-resolution images, music, renderings and more.
Featuring water resistant, shock proof,and antimagnetic, providing secure storage solution to protect all your important data.
With ultra compact and sleek design, easy to carry and not occupying space.
Stable performance, effectively preventing data from lossing.
Three storage capacity for optional:8G,16G,32G

Specifications
Interface: USB 2.0
Storage Capacity: 16GB
Material: Aluninum alloy
Operating Temperature: 0℃-60℃
Storage Temperature: -20℃-80℃
Package Size: 11.5 * 10.2cm / 4.53 * 4.01in
Package Weight: 18g / 0.63oz

Package list
1 * Flash Drive
C4795-16GB


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