Kingston launches 64 GB flash drives

Kingston launches 64 GB flash drives

The famous memory maker Kingston has started the sales of its newest line of portable flash drives – the Kingston Data Traveler Elite 3.0.

The novelty fully supports USB 3.0 and will be available in three different capacities – 16 GB, 32 GB and 64 GB.

Using a USB 3.0 port the new flash memory sticks demonstrate 70 MB/sec read speed and 30 MB/sec write speed. The new product also supports the USB 2.0 standard but operates at lower speed – 30 MB/sec read speed and 25 MB/sec write speed respectively.

Measuring just 69 x 22 x 11 mm the novelty carries a five-year warranty. The 16 GB model will retail for 37 USD, the 32 GB model for 89 USD, while the 64 GB version will cost you 135 USD.

Source: Techpowerup

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