Tuesday, September 22nd 2009

Kingston Increases Speed on DataTraveler 410 USB Flash Drive

Kingston Technology Europe Ltd, a subsidiary of Kingston Technology Corporation, today announced it is increasing read and write speeds on its Kingston DataTraveler 410 USB Flash drive to 20 MB/sec. read and write. Shipping in capacities up to 32GB, the speedy DataTraveler 410 allows for faster file transfers and is password protected to help keep data secure.

The faster read and write speeds make the DataTraveler 410 the ideal drive for high-definition photos, large documents, presentations, music, videos and other data. It includes SecureTraveler software, which allows users to create and access a password-protected area of the drive called the “Privacy Zone.”
The increased data transfer rates of the DataTraveler 410 follows a recent speed bump of the higher capacities (16- and 32GB) of Kingston’s consumer-level DataTraveler I G2, DataTraveler 101 and DataTraveler 100 drives to read and write speeds of 10 MB/sec.

Kingston DataTraveler USB drives are backed by a five-year warranty and 24/7 tech support.

DataTraveler 410 Product Features and Specifications:
  • Capacities: 4GB, 8GB, 16GB, 32GB
  • Dimensions: 2.58" x 0.71" x 0.41" (65.76mm x 17.98mm x 10.7mm)
  • Speeds: data transfer rates of up to 20MB/sec. read and 20MB/sec. write
  • Operating Temperature: 32º F to 140º F (0º C to 60º C)
  • Storage Temperature: -4º F to 185º F (-20º C to 85º C)
  • Simple: just plug into a USB port
  • Practical: capless swivel design protects USB connector; no cap to lose
  • Guaranteed: five-year warranty
  • Safeguarded: includes SecureTraveler security software for Windows
  • Enhanced: for Windows ReadyBoost on Vista-based systems
Source: Kingston
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3 Comments on Kingston Increases Speed on DataTraveler 410 USB Flash Drive

20 MB/s Write, I will believe it when I see it.

I havent really seen anything compete recently with my old Corsair voyager GT 8GB, 28MB/s read and 19 to 21MB/s write, I jizz in my pants. I hope it lasts forever lol
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So... STILL no usb3 support?

- sigh -
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BazookaJoe said:
So... STILL no usb3 support?

- sigh -
What for?
USB3 is backward compatible, right?
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