- Created on 21 August 2009
You don't need to be a Pro surfer to enjoy the latest stylish USB Flash Drives from Dane-Elec (www.dane-elec.com), one of the leading brands in Flash memory, but if you like the lifestyle that comes with it - beach, sun, BBQs, surfwear style - then the KUTA and MAORI are the right USB Flash Drives for you!
Dane-Elec today releases two ‘summer' Flash Drives in Surfboard design and with 70s Flower Power style. The MAORI features a black and white tribal design with a whale motif and the KUTA is colourful with its blue and yellow flower-power design.
Both Flash Drive designs come with a 5 year guarantee and are High-Speed USB certified. The 8GB versions store up to 3200 pictures or 13h of Video, and with their cool designs you could even hang one around your neck with a leather band. Like all other Dane-Elec Flash Drives, the KUTA and MAORI have the key ring on the main part, so even if you loose the lid, you never lose your Flash Drive itself.
The KUTA and MAORI are available in capacities of 2, 4, 8 and 16GB - so let them brighten up your day, never mind the met office weather forecasts - summer starts in your head!
Pricing and Availability
The KUTA and MAORI 2GB is shipping now with an RRP of £19.99, the 4GB version with an RRP of £29.99, the 8GB version for an RRP of £39.99 and the 16GB version will be available soon for a RRP of £49.99 in the following weeks. Both are available online at www.7dayshop.com , and Amazon UK.About Dane-Elec:
Founded in 1985 in France, Dane-Elec Memory is now an international company. The company specialises in the manufacture and distribution of DRAM modules, FLASH memory cards, USB Flash Drives, MP3 and MP4 players, Digital Pens and External Hard Disk Drives. It serves the retail, e-tail, IT, telecoms and digital equipment market. Since its founding, the Group has experienced spectacular growth that now sees it among the European leaders in this sector. A global player, Dane-Elec Memory is established in Europe, the United States, the Middle East and Asia (China-Taiwan). The group has plants for the assembly and production of memory in Ireland and the United States. At the same time, Dane-Elec Memory is diversifying its business with its subsidiary Intervalle which specialises in networks, mobility and multimedia.