Kingston rolls up first 256GB USB flash drive

Kingston DataTraveler 300 - 256GB usb driveMonth later after announcement if its 128GB flash memory, Kingston has now launches the world first USB drive providing 256 GB storage – DataTraveler 300.

The drive use USB 2.0 interface, with  20MB read speeds and 10MB write speeds,Windows ReadyBoost support and  measures 70.68 x 22.37 x 16.45 mm. “The DataTraveler 300 will enable users to carry huge volumes of data with them everywhere they go – up to 365 CDs for example. That’s one album for every day of the year, and it demonstrates how far flash technology has developed,” said Kirsty Miller, Product Marketing Manager – Consumer, Kingston Technology Europe. “Business users and consumers can also safeguard their data by initialising the Password Traveler software which will allow them to password protect their data in a privacy zone without the need of administrator rights.”

Kingston DataTraveler 300 - 256GB usb drive

The product has 5 year warranty and is available at a price around $934.2.

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