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Patriot Memory, a leading supplier of high-performance DRAM and NAND flash solutions, this week introduced the new ultraportable Autobahn USB 2.0 drives. The flash sticks provide capacities up to 32GB and are designed to seamlessly boost storage capacities of laptops, car audios and other consumer electronics.

"With a capacity up to 32GBs, the Autobahn is the perfect USB storage extension to any laptop or compatible car stereo. The Patriot Autobahn is one of the smallest USB 2.0 form factors to date; you can literally plug it in and forget about it,” said Meng Jay Choo, a product manager at Patriot Memory.

Patriot Autobahn USB 2.0 flash memory drives weigh 4 grams and are available now in major worldwide channels with an recommended prices of $11.99, $16.99, and $24.99 for the 8GB, 16GB, and 32GB capacities, respectively.

Designed for those looking for excellent USB 2.0 performance and high capacity in a micro sized form factor, the Patriot Autobahn is less than 18mm in length and becomes barely noticeable when plugged in.

Car audio enthusiasts can now carry massive amounts of users seamlessly without need for external players or large USB sticks.

The Patriot Memory Autobahn is compatible with Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows ME, Linux 2.4, Mac OS9, OS X as well as audio players that support plug-and-play technology. Patriot Memory Autobahn is backed by Patriot Memory's 2-year warranty.

Tags: Patriot, Patriot Memory, Autobahn, USB


Comments currently: 3
Discussion started: 12/20/12 01:06:09 AM
Latest comment: 12/20/12 03:57:32 PM


It's just amazing how we can fit 32GB of storage into such a tiny thing.
2 0 [Posted by: pckitty4427  | Date: 12/20/12 01:06:09 AM]

NO USB3 == No Sale. USB2 is soooo beyond dead its laughable. I can't do 22Mb/sec anymore. It has to be minimum 90mb/sec WRITE (not talking READ). I hugely cringe when I see anything with by-gone era USB2 these days.. USB3 has been around since late '09 so HURRY THE FCUK UP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
0 1 [Posted by: thudo  | Date: 12/20/12 07:23:00 AM]


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