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Lenovo Xiaoxin Solid-State Disk Featuring Skateboard Design Officially Launched

For the first time in China, Lenovo has officially launched the Xiaoxin Solid-state U Disk in the market. It was announced earlier this month that the product with a skateboard design would be available for purchase. It is a small and portable drive that offers a storage capacity of 128GB and is ideal for storing large files and important data.

This disk drive is known for its unique skateboard-shaped design, which not only makes it eye-catching, but it also allows the body of the drive to rotate, which makes it easy to open and close, which makes it one of the most popular drives on the market today. Additionally, the drive has a dual interface of USB-A and Type-C, which means it can be used with a variety of devices and in a variety of different scenarios depending on the application. Aluminum alloy is used for the body of the device and a delicate surface technology has been applied to the surface. It supports 360°rotary interface storage and comes with a replaceable casing and a portable lanyard.

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Traditional USB drives have a read and write speed of 20-30MB/s, with some high-speed drives offering a read speed of 150MB/s. However, Lenovo’s Xiaoxin solid-state U disk sets itself apart by offering a read speed of up to 400MB/s. This is achieved through the use of a more advanced main control chip and high-performance flash memory particles, which are capable of delivering the same level of performance as a solid-state hard disk. The device uses the exFAT file system, which makes it suitable for use with systems running on Android, iOS, Windows, and Linux operating systems.

The Lenovo Xiaoxin Solid-state U Disk is presently on sale in China for 149 yuan ($22) but the price will go up to 169 yuan ($24) after the first sale.

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