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USB3 Store 'n' Go flash drives spring from Verbatim

updated 07:00 pm EDT, Tue May 1, 2012

Superspeed interface increases data transfer rate

Taking advantage of the new USB3 interface, Verbatim has unveiled the latest in the Store 'n' go flash drive line. Boasting up to two times quicker data transfer, the drives are available now.

The new Store 'n' go V3 features the new USB3 Superspeed interface with backwards compatibility with USB2 and USB1.1 ports, capacities from 8 to 64GB, a retractable cap-free USB plug, and availability in seven colors.

Full data transfer rates are only available on computers with a USB3 interface. The drives are available now for $20 and up.




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  1. macmedia1

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    is this a paid advertisement??

    Since when are USB3 flash drives new??? I've had mine (USB 3.0 - 16gb for over a year).
    More importantly, what does this have to do with a Mac? Since when does a Mac come with a USB3 interface??
    Duh. This news should not be on MacNN

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