Storage vendor Maxell has added to its line of Flash media devices with a line of removable Flash storage devices and SD card readers.
Maxell is mainly known for its removable storage products, such as tape and DVD, but the firm also produces solid-state drives.
The five new products range from 2GB to 16GB in capacity, and include removable USB thumb drives and combination devices which include Flash storage and the ability to read SD cards.
The company hopes that the new line will further expand its reach in the solid-state storage market.
"Consumers trust the Maxell brand for all their storage needs," said Maxell product manager Vander Morais.
"Maxell has been providing reliable products that protect users' content for many years, and we are excited to be adding to our extensive product line up with high speed Flash media."
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