iPhone and iOS users looking for a convenient pocket sized way of adding extra storage to the raffle devices may be interested in a new ultra-slim flash drive that has been unveiled by ADATA this week in the form of the i-Memory AI920.
The i-Memory AI920 Flash Drive is equipped with a USB3.1 connector, AI920 that is capable of offering a read performance up to 150MB/s, and with lightning connector it delivers speeds up to 30MB/s.
Enabling users to transfer data quickly and easily between devices as well as supporting individual files larger than 4 GB labelling you to easily move Ultra HD 4K video content from one device to another if required or other large files. The AI920 is available in 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB capacities, with Gold and Rose Gold schemes available to suit you iOS device. ADATA explains more :
In addition to compatibility with all major photo, audio, and document formats, and also supports 4K video recording directly to AI920 as well as iOS Live Photos, encouraging customers to capture memorable moments. It has a one-touch backup function wherein users can simply highlight content, tap an icon, and have that content immediately backed up to the AI920. For more enjoyable movie and TV watching, the AI920 includes subtitle support.
Water/dust resistant, and secure – Like with many of its ADATA Flash drive peers, AI920 manufacturing and assembly employs chip-on-board (COB) processes. This results in a very sturdy device that is water and dust resistant. Alongside physical data protection, the AI920 also smoothly in conjunction with phone, app, and file encryption systems, adding to overall safety without creating redundancy or conflicts.
Unfortunately no information on pricing or worldwide availability has been released as yet by ADATA for the i-Memory AI920 Flash Drive, but as soon as information comes to light we will keep you updated as always.
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