Looks like we’re in for a lot of juicy tech news at COMPUTEX 2017, as Transcend Information has just announced that it will be doing an exhibit during the event from May 30 to June 3 at the Taipei World Trade Center Nangang Exhibition Hall in Taipei, Taiwan.

For this year, the company will highlight five main categories: High Speed PCIe and 3D NAND solid-state drives, dashcams and body cameras, Apple upgrade solutions, personal cloud storage devices, and a broad portfolio of embedded storage solutions. On-site Demonstrations will also be conducted at booth I0808.

3D NAND and PCIe SSDs

This year, Transcend will showcase its newest lineup of 3D NAND Solid-State Drives, including 2.5-inch, M.2, and embedded-use SSDs, all of which feature top of the line performance, transfer rates, and reliability. They will also display their latest MTE850 PCIe Gen 3 x4 NVMe M.2 SSD crafted with 3D MLC NAND flash. This particular SSD achieves unprecedented transfer speeds and unquestionable reliability, making it ideal for both gaming and enterprise use.

DrivePro Dashcams and Body Cameras

Transcend will also showcase its new range of dashcams and body cameras, including the New DrivePro dashcam series which makes use of Sony Exmor image sensors for high definition video capture even in low light. There will be demos focused on useful features to improve driver safety, including headlight reminders, driver fatigue alert, and time-lapse video recording.

Transcend’s body cameras are designed for law enforcement elements and other professionals’ necessity to collect videos for evidence. The newly released DrivePro Body 30 can yield up to 12 hours of recording from a single charge, and supports Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity for browsing snapshots and live streaming videos on mobile devices. It also comes with four infrared LEDs which improve night vision capabilities. Last but not least, IP67 environmental sealing allows the device to withstand harsh conditions.

Apple Upgrade Solutions

Being a leader in providing memory and storage solutions for iOS and Mac devices, Transcend continuously strives to provide users with great choices for upgrade solutions. During this year’s COMPUTEX, the company will display a comprehensive portfolio of Apple-compatible products:

  • JetDrive Go Lighting flash drives
  • RDA2 smart card readers that provide added storage for iPhone and iPad
  • JetDrive Lite expansion cards aimed at Macbook Pro and Macbook Air users
  • JetDrive SSD Upgrade Kits for Macbook laptops
  • StoreJet for Mac Thunderbolt portable hard drives and SSDs

These solutions offer simple yet elegant designs that complement Apple products, and have received the prestigious Japan’s Good Design Award and Taiwan’s Excellence Award.

Personal Cloud Storage

Transcend will showcase its StoreJet Cloud personal storage device to demonstrate its home media streaming capabilities and auto-backup function that works across multiple platforms.

Guests will be able to experience seamless media streaming of videos, movies, or photos from Transcend’s StoreJet Cloud to mobile devices, laptops, and Smart TVs, and also remotely access content with exclusive iOS and Android apps.

Embedded Solutions for Mission-critical Applications

Transcend also offers a wide range of embedded-use products which include solid-state drives, DRAM memory modules, microSD cards, and CF cards. This year, the company will showcase applications which focus on health care, transportation, military, and gaming, emphasizing the stability and compatibility of its products.

On-site demos will also be conducted for SuperMLC, Hardware Purge, and Intelligent Power Shield. Moreover, its SSD Scope Pro software, Security Encryption technology, and conformal coating technology will also be shown as static demos.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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