Mini HP v160 USB 2.0 Flash Drive by PNY

/ 5 years ago

pny hp v160

PNY has launched yet another product in partnership with HP, and this time we’re talking about a small, durable and relatively fast flash drive. Even though it is an USB 2.0 flash drive, the Mini HP V160 makes up for its lack in speed by offering impressive storage capacities of up to 64GB, which is enough for a decent sized multimedia collection.

As far as materials are concerned, the V160 features a secure rectangular plastic casing with the HP logo in blue and white. The rectangular shape makes the flash drive easy to pick up and insert into USB ports without too much trouble. What makes this product stand out among similar ones is the fact that it is resistant to water and dust to a certain degree, which definitely increases its reliability. It also boasts a strap hole that allows the user to attach it to wallets, backpacks or key chains.

The HP V160 measures 10 mm x W 16mm x L 35mm and weighs no more than 4.3g. It is fully compatible with Mac OS: 10.3 and above as well as Windows 2000, XP, Vista, Windows 7 and 8. PNY offers a limited 2-year warranty for the V160, but this thing is definitely built to last more than that.

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