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Umax Enters Consumer Electronics Arena with Drawing Tablets, Flash Drives and MP3 Players

Umax brings to the US market a selection of consumer electronic products as part of efforts to increase its product base in North America.

Umax’ basket of goodies include the following.

– Need a new storage solution? The Pollux 300 is a mini hard drive that comes in two variants; 4GB at US $149.99 and 2.2GB at US $109.99. The APUS 210 flash memory drive also comes in two flavors – 1GB (US $79.99) and 128MB (US $19.99). The flash drives support USB 2.0 and features a password function secure your data.

– ProVista drawing tablets. These products come in 8” x 6” TB801 and 4” x 3.5” TB401 versions, priced at US $99.99 and US $39.99 respectively. The come with a wireless pen, 512 maximum pressure levels and an accuracy of 0.42mm.

– Jumping into the MP3 player market too, Umax has the Vega MP3 player series. The Vega 203 (US $79.99) and the Vega 107 (from US $49.99 to US $89.99). Vega 203 features 512MB of flash memory with options for additional music file storage via a SD/MMC card slot.

“This is UMAX’s most significant product launch in the U.S. since its introduction of licensed Mac systems and digital still and video cameras. The new lines and products are designed to enhance the digital lifestyle of UMAX customers in North America, helping them with new creativity, multimedia and data storage solutions”, says UMAX Technologies marketing director Christabel Chen.

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