June 15, 2015 in Hardware (E)
[prMac.com] London, United Kingdom - Today, Axtremex begins it's 45-day, $115,000 USD indiegogo campaign to complete the development of their light and speedy Micro SSD. Made from solid zinc and weighing just 58 grams, the Axtremex Micro SSD is twice as fast as a standard USB 3.0 drive, twenty times faster than a USB 2.0 drive and holds up to a terabyte of data in a package no bigger than a credit card.
**Perfect for Apple's newly-released Retina MacBook, Google's updated Chromebook Pixel, the Axtremex Micro SSD embraces the future by shipping with USB Type-C as standard.**
The Axtremex Micro SSD comes highly recommended, with Macworld Magazine giving the pre-production model 5 stars and it's Editors Choice award. PC Advisor awarded the Micro SSD 4.5 stars.
Yameen Malik, the creator of the Axtremex MicroSSD, says "As soon as I saw USB 3.1 Type-C I knew it was the future. Rather than just waiting for someone else to create a product I wanted now, I took matters into my own hands and built the Micro SSD for me. Hopefully with this indiegogo campaign everyone else will get to enjoy this technology too."
Upon a successful campaign, Axtremex will take the Micro SSD to mass market.
Axtremex Technology is young UK-based company that is engaged in innovative product developments and supply of IT electronics products. We have a team of talents in the UK and aboard who have wide range of skills and product development experience with major industry partners. Axtremex is a energetic company, offering customers a range of storage products such as memory cards, solid state disk, multifunctional card readers and plug and play flash drives. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2015 Axtremex Technology. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Macintosh and Mac OS X are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.