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Pretec iDisk Tiny 166X/266X fast USB Flash Drive
Dennis Hissink : January 7th 2005 - 21:30 CET
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PretecPretec Electronics Corp., the inventor of iDisk Tiny, the smallest USB Flash Drive in the world since 2003, is demonstrating the fastest USB flash drive in the world, with access speed up to 166X (24.9MB/s. With more than 250% faster READ speed and at least 500% faster WRITE speed than the leading flash vendor in the world, Pretec iDisk Tiny 166X brings an entire new level of use for world's fastest access speed in read & write up to 24.9MB/sec and 12MB/sec. Constructed with patented technologies of rugged and compact size with mere raw dimensions of 32mm x 13.5mm x 4.5mm, iDisk Tiny has been hailed by TIME Magazine (Nov. 2003) as "Best Gear of 2003."
Pretec iDisk Tiny 166X/266X fast USB Flash DriveJointly promoted by Pretec and reputable companies around the globe such as NOKIA, ACATEL, YAHOO, VISA, OKWAP, MITAC, MICRON, etc., iDisk Tiny is the ideal premium gift. For the 1st time now users can enjoy the USB flash drive with the concurrent features of smallest size in the world together with the fastest access speed in the world.

Users can also have another alternative to combine the largest capacity in the world, 8GB iDisk II, with the fastest speed of 166X. Multi-function option of USB flash drive with Bluetooth function is also available in iDisk II form factor. The iDisk Tiny 166X is sampling now, with next generation lightning fast of iDisk Tiny 266X, READ and WRITE speed of 39.9MB/s and 19.9MB/s, scheduled to debut by 2nd half of this year.

Pretec is also demonstrating next generation even smaller USB flash drive called CU-Flash, which is only 25% size of the iDisk Tiny, at CES today. With more than 100 patents granted or filed, Pretec offers simultaneously the smallest, the largest capacity and the fastest USB flash drive in the world.
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