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Tuesday, 16 June 2009 15:18

Kingston reveals 128GB flash drive

Written by Slobodan Simic


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DataTraveler 32GB, 64GB and 128GB


Kingston Technology has announced its new DataTraveler 200 flash drive lineup, and has claimed the first world's first 128GB USB flash drive throne. The new DT 200 lineup will include three different models with capacities of 32, 64 and 128GB.

All three drives measure 0.39 x 12.52 x 22.78 mm, and come with a capless design with retractable USB connector. The new DataTraveler 200 series features support for Windows ReadyBoost and comes with Password traveler security software. The new series should provide read and write speeds of up to 20MB/s and 10MB/s.

High capacity also means a high price tag, so this new DataTraveler 200 series will be priced at US $120 for the blue/black 32GB version, US $213 for the yellow/black 64GB version and a breathtaking $547 for the 128GB version.

Currently, only the 64GB version is available for purchase directly from Kingston.

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