Kingston DataTraveler 400
Kingston is a large player in the thumb drive market with three classes of products; Consumer/Small Business, Enterprise Business and Government. The DataTraveler 400 is our first drive that comes with security software. The drive also comes with MigoSync so you can easily synchronize your files such as email, data and browser settings. The security software allows you to partition password protected areas on the drive called Private Zones.
Specifications and Features
The Kingston DataTraveler 400 is available is in 2, 4, 8 and 16GB capacities.
The DT 400 packaging has a lot going on the front. Drive information, minimum speed and warranty information can be found here.
The back of the package lists some information about the software and compatibility notes.
The Kingston DataTraveler 400
The DT 400 is setup similar to the Gingle Twist Disk and operates the same way. The outside metal is textured like metal that was hit with a fine grain in a sandblaster.
On the back side there are two holes for attaching the drive to a key chain or other accessory.
The main accessories for the DT 400 are found on the disk itself. Here you will find MigoSync and SecureTraveler software along with two manuals in PDF form.
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