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Kingston Launches First 128GB USB Flash Drive

My Key is Bigger than yours

| Connectivity & Communications News | Posted: Jun 15, 2009 6:35 pm

Kingston has done something pretty impressive. They have launched the first ever 128GB USB flash drive. This impressive new drive is part of the DT200 family and features a capless design, ReadyBoot compatibility, Password Traveler software for Windows, and a $546 price tag.


If that high of a price puts you off your lunch you can still get the DT200 in 32 and 64GB flavors and not miss your rent. Due to its high manufacture cost the 128GB DT200 will be a made to order product.


If you need the biggest USB key out this might be your thing.


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Kingston Launches First 128GB USB Flash Drive


"The new DT200's robust storage capability lets consumers store complete libraries of music, photos and videos. It is also a great tool for business users who carry around large databases or files," said Andrew Ewing, USB business manager, Kingston®. "The password protection helps safeguard data and requires no admin rights, making the DT200 a terrific solution for the home or office."


The Kingston DataTraveler 200 features a capless design to protect the USB connector when not in use and is enhanced for Windows ReadyBoost™. It is available in 32-, 64- and 128GB capacities. The 128GB drive is build-to-order only. Customers who wish to purchase it can place an order through normal channels (e.g., e-tailers or resellers).


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