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The new Verbatim ToughMAX USB 2.0 Drive has been made with KyronMAX™ compounds, a metal replacement thermoplastic material which is able to withstand seriously punishing conditions and has been used in the most demanding of applications from fighter jets to mountain bikes.
KyronMAX™ compounds are manufactured by Piper Plastics which, like Verbatim, is a group company of Mitsubishi Chemical. This incredible material has been adopted by many industries including aerospace, medical, industrial and automotive, and has a tensile strength to weight ratio that is higher than steel.
In today's world, the security of your confidential data is of the utmost importance. Imagine losing your personal files or highly confidential information from work and knowing that anyone can access the data because it was saved on a standard unencrypted storage device. To prevent this from happening, Verbatim has launched two military-grade hardware encrypted storage devices – the Store‘n’Go Secure Portable HDD (1TB) and the Store‘n’Go Secure Portable SSD (256GB).
Using AES 256-bit hardware encryption, the Verbatim drives mandatorily encrypt all the files loaded onto the drives in real time. With a built-in keypad for PIN code input, the drives do not store passcodes in the system's volatile memory making them far more secure than drives using software encryption.
Verbatim has launched the Vx500 External SSD with high speed flash memory and a USB 3.1 Gen 2 controller, optimised to provide unparalleled performance.
– High resolution video files can be transferred in seconds –
SD cards are used in a wide range of devices – digital cameras, smartphones, laptop computers, tablets, game consoles, 3D printers, drones, and many more. However, they come in various sizes, types, capacities, transfer speeds and prices, which can make it tricky to buy the correct one. Here is a quick guide from Verbatim to help you pick the right SD card!
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Verbatim today announced the launch of PRIMALLOY® BLACK, a high performance filament for material extrusion to enable designers to create 3D functioning objects where flexibility and durability are the key components. Applications for PRIMALLOY will come from the automotive, home and industrial sectors and will include items such as door latches, electrical connector boots, hand grips, seals, gaskets, plugs, robot parts and protective applications.
PRIMALLOY is a thermoplastic ester elastomer (TPEE) that delivers improved flexibility and rubber elasticity compared to standard TPE materials. In particular, it provides high-performance characteristics in terms of mechanical strength and resistance to oil, base, solvents, chemicals, flex fatigue and heat, in addition to offering excellent low temperature properties and a high level of hardness stability across a wide temperature range, making PRIMALLOY particular suited for outdoor applications.
Freecom has launched the mDock range of high quality hard drive docking stations to provide easy access files on 2.5” and 3.5” internal hard drives.
The new mDocks from Freecom include a choice of interfaces and are housed in compact and tough metal enclosures, matching the attractive range of Freecom metal 2.5” and 3.5” hard drives.
Verbatim, part of the Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings Group, has launched a high performance water soluble support material, Butenediol Vinyl Alcohol Co-polymer (BVOH), for quick and successful printing of complex objects with overhangs using dual extrusion 3D printers.
Verbatim’s BVOH is an easy to print material with reliable extrusion properties and a quick dissolve time, much faster than current PVA / PVOH materials in the market, allowing designers to realize their 3D models far quicker than before.
Optical Media storage specialist Falcon Technologies International (FTI) has announced the signing of an exclusive agreement with Verbatim, the storage media giant owned by Mitsubishi Chemical Media, to distribute Verbatim products in the countries of Bahrain, Iraq, Lebanon, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates.
This agreement comes after several years of mutual collaboration between the two companies, and allows FTI to distribute the full range of Verbatim products as well as products from Freecom, a brand also owned by Mitsubishi Chemical Media that specialises in high-end external SSDs and hard drives. The deal was finalized and signed during the recent FTI Customer Seminar 2017, which was hosted in Ras Al Khaimah (UAE) on April 4th and 5th and attended by many leading players within the global optical media industry.
In response to ever-increasing creation of data and thirst for storage, Verbatim announces its highest capacity desktop and mobile hard drives to date – the Store 'n' Save USB 3.0 10TB Desktop and the Store’n’Go 5TB Portable Hard Drive. The new devices are styled with a smart woven pattern and are available to buy in Europe with a manufacturer’s warranty of two years.
Store 'n' Save 10TB USB3.0 Desktop Hard Drive