A Sneak Peak into Transcend’s Showcase at Computex 2016

News just hit the booth that Transcend will be showcasing personal cloud storage and embedded solutions at Computex Taipei 2016. Information regarding the press release can be found below :-
Booth No : J0618

Transcend just announced that it will be exhibiting at Computex Taipei 2016  from May 31 to June 4 at the Taipei World Trade Center Nangang Exhibition Hall at Taipei, Taiwan. They will be displaying ts latest personal cloud storage, body cameras, car video recorders, Apple upgrade solutions, and a complete industrial product lineup, along with professional on-site demonstrations at booth J0618.

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Personal Cloud Storage

Transcend will proudly demonstrate its latest personal cloud storage product, the StoreJet Cloud 110 and StoreJet Cloud 210, featuring home media streaming and back up storage. Visitors can experience seamless media streaming by streaming videos, movies or photos from Transcend’s StoreJet Cloud to mobile devices, laptops and smart TVs, and remotely access their personal cloud device with Transcend’s exclusive iOS and Andriod apps. With up to 4TB of storage space, users can fully back up their data to a central location with absolute data security.

DrivePro™ Car Video Recorders and Body Cameras

During the trade show, Transcend will present its complete range of car video recorders and body cameras. Live demonstrations will highlight Transcend’s latest products, including the compact and mobile-based DrivePro™50 car video recorder, the DrivePro™ Body 20 body camera with built-in Wi-Fi and data security mechanisms, and the DrivePro™ Body 52 body camera, featuring a flexible form factor that can accommodate multiple mounting requirements. Transcend’s body cameras are designed to satisfy military and law enforcement requirements for video evidence collection and data security.

Apple Upgrade Solutions

During Computex, Transcend will display its comprehensive Apple-centric product portfolio comprised of four product categories, including the latest JetDrive™ Go Lightning flash drives for iPhone and iPad users, JetDrive™ SSD Upgrade Kits for MacBook laptops, JetDrive™ Lite expansion cards aimed at MacBook Pro with Retina display and MacBook Air users, and StoreJet® for Mac Thunderbolt and USB Hard Drives and SSDs. The Apple Solutions series feature elegant design that complement Apple products, and have been awarded the prestigious Good Design Award in Japan and the Taiwan Excellence Award. Transcend will have an on-site demonstration area to show how the solutions elevate Apple devices to a new level of performance.

Embedded Solutions for Mission-critical Applications

Transcend’s industrial-grade product portfolio is comprised of a wide range of memory and flash-based products. This includes a complete lineup of industrial SSD solutions, ranging from 2.5″ SATA III SSDs, Half-slim SSDs, mSATA SSDs, mSATA mini SSDs, to M.2 SSDs. A newly released industrial-grade SSD model manufactured with Transcend’s exclusive SuperMLC technology will also be displayed at the exhibition. As the concept of Internet of Things (IoT) is rapidly becoming mainstream, this year, Transcend will showcase its innovative industrial applications based on four fields – Internet of Things, Smart Home, Industry 4.0, and Connected Drive. To highlight its ultimate stability and great compatibility in diverse industrial applications, Transcend will also conduct four professional on-site demonstrations, including SSD Scope Pro software, Security Encryption technology, Intelligent Power Shield, and SuperMLC technology.

About Computex Taipei 2016

Computex Taipei is Asia’s largest and the world’s 2nd largest ICT show. Since 1981, Computex has escalated as one of the world’s leading ICT shows attracting ICT elites, innovators and entrepreneurs from every nook and cranny of the world to demonstrate the most wheedling and beguiling tech masterpieces. For more information about Computex Taipei, please visit this Link 

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