ADATA Launches UD230 and UD330 USB Flash Drives

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ADATA today launched the UD230 and UD330 USB Flash drives. Featuring a capless, folding-cover design and a large lanyard hole for attaching to straps and keychains, they are easy-to-use and well-suited for on the go. 

The UD230 works in USB 2.0 and offers up to 64GB of storage, while the UD330 works in USB 3.1 and comes with up to 128GB storage. Both models are manufactured with the Chip-On-Board (COB) process, whichallows them to be more compact in size and more resistant to impact, water, and dust. ADATA remains committed to its USB Flash drive global leadership role and will continue releasing new models as market needs evolve.

Sporting a folding-cover design, the UD230 and UD330 remedy the universal dilemma of misplaced caps. The USB connector can be stored in the cover while not in use. This simple yet intuitive design helps make the UD230 and UD330very satisfying to use on the go.In addition, both models come with a large lanyard hole for convenience and personalization, allowing users to attach them to lanyard straps or keychains for easy carrying. The UD230 and UD330 are manufactured with the Chip-On-Board (COB) process, which results in fewer individual parts, thus they are more compact in size. What's more, the process also makes the drives more resistant to impact, water, and dust when compared to flash drives made through traditional manufacturing processes. Despite their compact size, the UD230 and UD330 offer plenty of storage, up to 64GB (UD230) and 128GB (UD330) respectively, to store thousands of documents, photos, videos, and more.

Users who purchase the UD230 and UD330 can download the free value-added software ADATA UFDtoGO and OStoGO. UFDtoGO is a great companion software for the drives and has many handy features including No-Trace Browsing, data compression and protection with AES 256-bit encryption, and PC-Lock to name a few. OStoGO allows users to configure the drives to be Windows 7 installation platforms, doing away with the need to boot via DVD.

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