With technological advancements more and more segments are being carved out and companies have been entering into newer spaces, to further lure their present customers and also draw in new ones.
Intex Technologies now brings in new pen drives and microSD cards under its blanket. The company has launched a set of USB pen drives and micro SD cards for desktop PCs, notebooks, DVD players and mobile phones.
Compatible with operating systems such as Windows, Macintosh and Linux, these USB pen drives have a sleek and stylish design. Loaded with high speed USB 2.0 standards, these drives have been tested under contemporary and coveted technical tests such as read-write speed verification test, aging test with continuous write-read-erase-write up to 12 hours and Chipset ID Verification. The company has emphasized that the drives are powerful, fast, safe and secure to plug and play.
Ramesh A. Vaswani, Executive Vice-Chairman, Intex Technologies (India) Ltd commented, “Intex has always been at the forefront in terms of innovation. Our products have been trendsetters in their respective domains. In-line with the growing demand for pen drives and memory cards we have strategically moved into this product category. With unprecedented market growth in computers and mobile phones, we foresee significant market pull in this category. Intex will continue its commitment towards the consumer with aggressively priced quality products, supported by good service.”
The microSD card launched by the company is a 15mm x 11mm x 1mm SDHC type. The features of the card include its low battery consumption which enables to extend the battery life of the mobile phone. These cards are compatible with general SD applications and can be easily connected to an adapter. Both pen drives and microSD cards have been claimed to be backed by a two year warranty and an after sales service policy of instant replacement.
An Intex 2GB pen drive will be available for INR 310 while those with a capacity of 4GB can be purchased for INR 420 and INR 440. An 8GB pen drive would cost INR 760 to the purchasers while a 2GB microSD card has been priced at INR 240. These products will be available through the company’s wide and expanding network of about 150 distributors and 2000 dealers across the country.