Friday, 2 March 2012

Credit-card style USB drive launches by Moser Baer

Credit-card style USB drive launches by Moser Baer
 Moser Baer

Moser Baer has launched India’s first credit-card shaped USB flash drive called Moser Baer Zap.
The pocket flash drive is similar to a credit card and fits easily in wallets, card holders, files and folders owing to its ultra-slim size and shape. During pilot tests, it has been proved to be very convenient and useful to carry and store, the company said.
According to Deepak Shetty, Senior Vice President, Domestic Sales and Marketing, Moser Baer, most of the players in the flash memory segment have been experimenting with sizes and shapes. “We have noted that an interesting shape may sometimes be inconvenient to the users when it is not traceable and gets lost easily. This holds quite true for the users who are always on-the go and need pen drives almost on a daily basis.”
He added that Moser Baer Zap scores high on the convenience factor and technology, making it a good offering in the 2 GB- above pen drive segment.
The credit card shape lends credence and significance to the flash drive making people little more cautious and careful in using and keeping it safely. After all, data is as important as any other valuable matter.
The pocket flash drive comes with 4 GB memory, with USB 2.0 interface (direct plug-n-play), and is compatible with Win 2000/XP/ME/Vista/7, Mac OS 9.0 or later versions and Linux Kernel 2.4.0 and higher versions.


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