Store 'n' Go, 64 GB, USB Type-A, 2.0, 10 MB/s, Slide, Black 40195509

Product Code: 7645612
Brand name Verbatim
Seller ESTE IT GmbH
Color Color
Price: 46 AED

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Product Code: 7645612
With USB ports in almost every computer and popping up in cars, DVD and multimedia players, TV's, photo frames and more, USB drives are now being considered an essential accessory. The Slider USB Drive from Verbatim has a retractable sliding mechanism which protects the USB connection when it is not in use. Simple and easy to use, just slide open the cap, plug into any USB 2.0 port and drag and drop your folders and files.
  • Description

    With USB ports in almost every computer and popping up in cars, DVD and multimedia players, TV's, photo frames and more, USB drives are now being considered an essential accessory. The Slider USB Drive from Verbatim has a retractable sliding mechanism which protects the USB connection when it is not in use. Simple and easy to use, just slide open the cap, plug into any USB 2.0 port and drag and drop your folders and files.

    THIS PRODUCT IS IN EUROPE, TO BE SHIP HERE IN THE UAE

  • Characteristics

    General characteristics

    Colour
    Black
    Measurements
    21 x 58.5 x 11 mm
    Model designation
    Store 'n' Go Slider
    Product code
    98698
    Universal interfaces
    USB 2.0
    Weight
    0 kg

    Specifications

    Data transfer rate
    10 MB/s
    Memory capacity
    64 GB
    Type
    USB-Stick

Brand name Verbatim

Verbatim is an American manufacturer of storage media, be it floppy disks, optical disks, magnetic tape or flash drives with memory cards. Verbatim Floppy Disks The company was founded in 1969. Then it was called Information Terminals Corporation (ITC) and dealt with tape media. It was founded by one Reid Anderson, a physicist by training. Prior to that, he worked for the Electronic Research Project, leaving which he was initially engaged in computer terminals, later switching to storage media. Like any self-respecting Silicon Valley company, ITC started out in a garage. Success came along with Reid's own development - a special cassette, characterized by increased reliability of the mechanical components.

Catalog Verbatim