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Dennis Hissink : January 14th 2005 - 22:00 CET

Lexar announces a new optimized USB Flash Drive


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LexarLexar Media announced a new USB flash drive product, the Windows Connect Now Key, allowing consumers to easily add any Microsoft Windows Connect Now compatible device to their wireless network. Lexar has designed the Windows Connect Now Key to offer an optimized USB flash drive solution that makes setting up a wireless network a snap when used in conjunction with the Microsoft Wireless Network Setup Wizard and Windows Connect Now capable devices. The Windows Connect Now Key is the second product from Lexar that utilizes the new USB Card form factor. The unique tiny design measures 12 millimeters in width, 4.5 millimeters in height and 31.75 millimeters in length and fits into any USB Type A socket.
Lexar announces a new optimized USB Flash Drive  With its capacity of 256kB, Lexar's Windows Connect Now Key is designed to be an affordable product for OEMs to ship with their wireless devices as well as for retailers to offer as a configuration tool.

"Windows Connect Now technology in Windows XP is a significant milestone toward effortless and security-enhanced wireless networking for simple unmanaged networking environments," said Jawad Khaki, Corporate Vice President, Windows Networking & Device Technologies, Microsoft Corp. "We are pleased to collaborate with Lexar as a key USB flash drive innovator and are excited to showcase Lexar's product at our Windows Connect Now exhibits at CES 2005," he added.

"By collaborating with Microsoft, Lexar's Windows Connect Now Key will help take the hassle out of setting up a wireless network through the use of the Windows Connect Now technology. This product is the ideal addition to the 'tool box' of every consumer that uses a wireless network," said Steffen Hellmold, General Manager OEM Products, Lexar Media, Inc. "Lexar is dedicated to contributing to the proliferation of this very useful technology through the Windows Connect Now Key product offering as well as other future products," he added.




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