Monday, July 20th 2009

Kingston Out With 256 GB DataTraveller USB Flash Drive

Kingston Technology today announced its new high-capacity USB flash drive, the DataTraveller 300 (model: DT300/256GB), which packs a massive 256 GB of data in a pocketable package measuring 70.68 x 16.90 x 22.99 mm (as big as a typical flash drive, nearly twice as thick). The package design is cap-less, with the USB connector popping-out at the push of a slider. The drive offers read speeds of 20 MB/s, and writes data at 10 MB/s. The company packs its own data-encryption software to protect data. The drive supports Windows ReadyBoost technology on Windows Vista and Windows 7 operating systems. Backed by a 5-year company warranty, Kingston is selling the DT300/256GB for 775 Euro.
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32 Comments on Kingston Out With 256 GB DataTraveller USB Flash Drive

#1
Kitkat
buy 4 4890s some artic silver to replace the ceramic factory crap and ummmmmm a hot dog and a spiderman comic book for that price. I was looking at thumb drives the other day the old kingstons on my wishlist, i remember them anoucing theese i knew theyd be high end price but god.
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MRCL
Well that stick made it to the Swiss news lol. THey said there that this stick will only be available on request. Makes kind of sense.
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#3
joshiers8605
MRCL said:
775 Euro:eek: Better buy a small pocket hard drive.
no kidding, you can get an excellent portable hard drive for that much easily
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#4
Mussels
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joshiers8605 said:
no kidding, you can get an excellent portable hard drive for that much easily
you can get a portable CAR for that money.
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joshiers8605
Mussels said:
you can get a portable CAR for that money.
rofllll, that's rich :toast:
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#6
Aximous
You can buy 11TB HDDs for that money.
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