Transcend debuts 128 GB JetFlash 760 and JetFlash 600 Flash Drives

Transcend logoTranscend today announced that its popular high speed USB flash drives - the USB 3.0 JetFlash 760 and Ultra Speed JetFlash 600 - are now available in astonishing new 128 GB capacities. Combining blazing fast data transfer speed with huge storage space, Transcend's high capacity flash drives are an excellent way to effectively transport, share, and backup a huge amount of data.

Available for the first time in capacities up to 128 GB, Transcend's JetFlash 760 and JetFlash 600 allow users to store and carry many more personal files, music, digital photos, and full-length movies than ever before. Each 128 GB flash drive can hold more than 60,000 images (jpg compression, 2 MB file size), 32,000+ mp3 songs (4min per song, 128 Kbps quality), or over 56 hours of DVD quality video (2.25 GB per hour).

Transcend JetFlash 760 и 600

Besides offering incredible storage space, the JetFlash 760 and JetFlash 600 provide super-fast data transfers and compact mobile convenience. The JetFlash 760 utilizes next-generation USB 3.0 technology to provide transfer speeds of up to 80 MB/s, and features a handy, retractable USB connector, striking a well-executed balance between performance and ease-of-use. Thanks to its use of advanced dual-channel technology that combines the bandwidth of two flash chips, the JetFlash 600 provides USB 2.0 transfer speeds of up to 32 MB/s and features a lightweight, streamlined design.

Additionally, Transcend USB flash drives offer a free download of the exclusive Transcend Elite data management software, which features intelligent backup scheduling, 256-bit AES file encryption, and much more. The JetFlash 760 and JetFlash 600 are now offered in 4 GB to 128 GB capacities. The new 64 GB and 128 GB JetFlash 760 are available for a suggested price of US$89 and US$199 respectively, while the 128 GB JetFlash 600 is available for US$179. All are backed by Transcend's renowned Limited Lifetime Warranty.

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