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Fujifilm USB 2.0 Hi-Speed flash drive
Dennis Hissink : December 27th 2005 - 18:10 CET
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FujifilmFujifilm USB 2.0 Hi-Speed flash drive : Fujifilm has announced a new range of USB 2.0 Hi-Speed flash Drives, adding to its ever-expanding range of digital accessories and media. The small, translucent green flash drives, available in 256MB, 512MB and 1GB capacities, can be slotted straight into your PC or laptop, enabling fast transfer of all documents, images and music files to and from all compatible digital devices. Quick and easy to use, Fujifilm’s USB 2.0 Hi-Speed flash drives are both durable and portable, and their neat, compact size means they can be stored in a bag or pocket with ease. The new Fujifilm USB 2.0 Hi-Speed flash drive is an ideal season gift for a gadget-loving friend or relative.
Fujifilm USB 2.0 Hi-Speed flash driveFujifilm flash drive - Price and Drivers
The Fujifilm flash drives are convenient to carry with you due to their ultra small dimensions and light weight. The ideal solution for transporting data from one computer or notebook to another. The translucent green Fujifilm USB 2.0 Hi-Speed flash Drives are available now at the suggested retail prices of £24.99 (256MB), £39.99 (512MB) and £59.99 (1GB). No driver software is required for Windows ME, 2000, XP or Mac OS. Drivers for Windows 98 or 98SE can be downloaded from Fujifilm’s web site at

Fujifilm Image Recovery Service
Fujifilm’s Digital Image Recovery Service is available for consumers or professional photographers requiring assistance with any problematic cards of any brand. The service provides a possible way of retrieving images or movies that have been lost, accidentally deleted, or damaged due to incorrect formatting.

About Fujifilm UK
Fujifilm London is the UK subsidiary of Fuji Photo Film Co Ltd of Japan. The Company was first incorporated as a limited company in 1976, having previously been the subsidiary of Fujifilm Germany. Our Head Office is in Swiss Cottage, north London, and we have extensive distribution and technical operations to the southeast of Bedford.

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