Kingston sells Year of the Sheep USB flash drive

Kingston sells Year of the Sheep USB flash drive

This year the Chinese New Year starts on February 19 and is the year of the Sheep. This is a good enough reason for Kingston Technology to release a new Chinese Year-oriented USB flash drive that looks like the popular hairy animal.

Called Year of the Sheep the device is codenamed DTCNY15/16 GB and offers a single capacity of 16 GB. The device measures just 53 x 43 x 43 mm and offers a USB 2.0 interface as well as support for Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Mac OS X 10.6 or newer and Linux 2.6.x or newer. The flash drive offers a 5-year warranty too.

Given the looks and the name of the device we expect it to be very popular in Asia and why not on other markets as well? Unfortunately Kingston has not provided any information on the market availability or price of the Year of the Sheep USB flash drive so the only thing you can do is hope to see it in a store near you.

Source: Kingston

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