Kingston announces a few new USB drives

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Kingston Logo Recently at CES, Kingston – known for their flash storage devices, announced the availability of a few new flash drives.

The first is called the DataTraveler (DT) 400, comes preloaded with MigoSync, which is a form of data synchronization software which allows you to work with many computers and synchronize files, emails, etc. pretty easily. This flash drive is available in a few different models, a 2GB, 4GB, and a 8GB. They will be selling for $31, $56, and $137, respectively.

Next we have the DataTraveler HyperX, this name, you may or may not know, comes from Kingston’s HyperX D-RAM gaming module. This device comes with a fast write speed of 20MB/second and a read speed of 30MB/second. It also comes with Windows ReadyBoost on Vista computers, it will come again in 3 models of 2GB, 4GB, and 8GB, selling for $74, $131, and $266, respectively.

Thirdly, we have the DataTraveler 110, which one of the more cheaper DataTravelers Kingston has to offer. This is an easy and economical way to transfer and share information, photos, music, etc. These come in 4 different models and are color coded – 1GB, Purple and $12, 2GB, Blue and $21, 4GB, Red and $35, and 8GB, Green and $104.

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