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Kingston Intros Flash Drive with a difference!

| Storage News | Posted: Mar 13, 2007 9:46 pm

With USB flash drives now flooding the market, some companies are really trying hard to stand out amongst the rest. Kingston are certainly one of them, having just launched their new Kingston DataTraveler Reader which is far from your typical USB flashdrive as it allows you to shove an external SD/MMC flash memory card into it.

 

I first discovered the details on it over at NordicHardware, but you can also get to the official press release here folks.

 



Photo Marketing Association/PMA Expo, Las Vegas, NV - March 8, 2007 -- Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, today announced its new DataTravelerĀ® Reader, a USB 2.0 Flash memory drive that provides up to 4GB of Flash storage, and includes an onboard SD/MMC expansion slot for reading nine different Flash memory card formats, including the new Secure Digital High-Capacity (SDHC) format.

 

"Consumers today are more mobile than ever before and the need to store and share digital information has increased dramatically," said Joe Teng, Flash product manager, KingstonĀ®. "The DataTraveler Reader is a powerful way to capture, save and share pictures, videos and documents in a safe and ultra-compact form factor," added Teng.

 

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