Published 30-07-2020
| Article appears in August 2020 Issue



HP’s range of memory products, including USB flash drives, has launched in Australia and New Zealand via PNY Technologies.

The launch begins with four HP USB flash drives: the HP x796w, x760w, v245w and v150w, with more HP memory products to follow.

“These HP products are part of PNY’s major and continued commitment to launching high-quality memory products into Australia and New Zealand,” says PNY’s director of sales for ANZ and Oceania Richard Clarke.

“They are the first of many across the entire HP memory product range that we will launch locally.”

The HP x796w offers a USB 3.1 mobile solution to store and share music, photos, files and more. Its durable yet elegant metal casing makes it ideal for external storage, while the efficient push-pull design makes storing larger files simple and energetic.

The x796w is also backward compatible with USB 2.0. Sizes range from 32GB all the way up to 1TB.

Stylish and flexible, the HP x760w is the perfect portable memory solution thanks to its convenient clip-on hook design, which can securely hang from backpacks, briefcases, or indeed anywhere.

Being USB 3.1 means the new HP range can transfer data faster than USB 2.0, while the x760w’s ultra-compact design makes it safe and easily accessible when you’re on the move.

The x760w comes in 32GB, 64GB, 128GB and 256GB sizes.

Sports fans will love the HP v245w, which has been specifically designed for outdoor use. Water and shock resistant, the v245w features a handy T-shape cap holder and comes in two different colours: purple and orange.

This safe, colourful drive comes in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB sizes, and is perfect for when you’re at your most active.

For fast and efficient plug-and-play performance, the HPv150w features a durable sliding lidless and capless design. A blue gloss finish makes the perfect complement to any laptop, while the integrated key loop easily attaches to keyrings, handbags and backpacks.

The HP v150w comes in 32GB, 64GB and 128GB sizes.

The full range of HP USB memory products is avaible now in JB HiFi stores across Australia and New Zealand.



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