Kingston debuts USB 3.0 flash drive with record read speed

Kingston debuts USB 3.0 flash drive with record read speed

Kingston has launched a new flash drive which comes with a supersonic read speed of 225 MB/sec.

The new DataTraveler HyperX 3.0 targets enthusiasts and games and offers extremely high speed and large capacity to anyone who needs them. Its blazingly fast read speed is complemented by high write speed of 135 MB/sec which will allow users to save time when working with large files. Also, the flash drive is so fast that users will be able to read and save a significant amount of data without any performance penalty.

The new drive comes with capacities of 64 GB and 128 GB and will cost 193 USD and 377 USD, respectively. A larger 256 GB flash drive of the same series is in the works but availability and price is still unknown.

Source: LegitReviews

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