Apacer launches the latest AH334 “Galaxy Express” USB 2.0 flash drive inspired by the stylish bullet train. The new drive comes in two colours, Starry Blue and Rose Pink and with an “intimate design of a hidden push key and a personalized grommet.”
With a unique streamlined look, the design of Apacer AH334 is inspired by bullet train’s shape for low wind resistance, highlighting a perfect balance between speed and large capacity. The designer team of Apacer meticulously offers two stunning colours– understated and chic “starry blue”and lively “rose pink”, turning the flash drive into a distinctive, stylish accessory.
With the design concept of “pleasant experience from every use”, Apacer focuses not only on the appearance, but on the detailed user experience enhancement. In addition to the excellent hand feel provided by the back material, the hidden push key provides the combination of intuition, ease-of-use and appearance integrity. The specially designed texture on the surface makes it easy to hold. The built-in grommet allows users to freely attach favourite ornaments to create personal style, or integrates the flash drive with straps or badges, bringing more convenience.
AH334 adopts the USB 2.0 interface and supports main operating systems available on the market such as Windows, Mac OS, Linux, etc. Equipped with a capacity up to 64 GB, the flash drive is capable of storing 16,000 MP3 songs or 21,000 photos, and renders portable HD movies. Available in multiple capacities (4GB, 8GB, 16GB and 32GB), AH334 comes with ACE compression software that can boost the capacity by up to 500%. With emphasis on environmental protection, AH334 complies with RoHS environmental regulations in an eco-friendly way. Moreover, AH334 provides lifetime warranty, fully displaying Apacer’s confidence in the premium quality!
Since neither the press release nor product page display any speeds, we can assume it’s just an ordinary USB2 stick like so many other, but with a compression feature. It does look nice though.
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