Kingmax announces PI-01 Compact Flash Drive

Kingmax logoWorld renowned memory and flash drive manufacturer KINGMAX recently launched super mini flash drive – PI-01. Its tiny size fits car audio, tablet and notebook well; and it is so short that users might even forget its existence. PI-01 comes with two colors: sapphire blue and mist silver, and capacity of 4GB/8GB/16GB/32GB.

The tiny size of PI-01 protrudes only 0.7 cm long from USB port. For drivers, even under the circumstance of limited car interior space, which surrounding by many connecting devices or wires, PI-01 is so mini and short that it could fit USB port without being hit or getting stuck with other objects. PI-01 is tiny but capacious; the largest capacity 32GB model is able to save around 8,000 MP3 songs. With PI-01, drivers and passengers can enjoy a steady stream of music and don’t need to change disks anymore.

KINGMAX PI-01

For its shortness, PI-01 is also very suitable for notebooks and tablets. As notebooks and tablets are getting lighter and thinner, mini PI-01 is particularly a perfect match for them. When using PI-01 in a narrow working area, it is needless to worry about interfering documents or stationary nearby. It is not troublesome at all to leave PI-01 in notebook or tablet while you’re on the move. Two choice of colors; sapphire blue shows your personality and mist sliver goes with every 3C products. In addition, there is tiny hole at the end and one hanging strap included, allowing you to hang PI-01 with a key chain or a lanyard to become a convenient portable accessory.

PI-01 flash drive meets the RoHS regulations (Restriction of hazardous substances in electronic and electrical and electronic equipment), and were certified by CE and FCC; It supports Microsoft Windows 7 and other major OS. All KINGMAX USB flash drives undergo strict quality control and are back up with 2 years warranty services to ensure premium product quality and flawless customer services.

Source: techPowerUp

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