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CeBIT 2009: A-Data debuts 64GB USB flash drive
Press release; Jessie Shen, DIGITIMES [Friday 27 February 2009]

A-Data Technology, a Taiwan-based memory module specialist, has announced its new 64GB USB flash drive, S901.

The A-Data S901 comes with a vibration-resistant outer casing and is compact in size. The new USB flash drive is water, dust and shock resistant to keep data from being damaged. In addition to 64GB in storage capacity, the S901 offers value-added software such as UFDtoGo and FormatTool.

The A-Data S901 will be showcased at the upcoming CeBIT in Hanover from March 3-8.

A-Data 64GB USB flash drive

A-Data S901 USB flash drive
Photo: Company, February 2009

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