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Kingston pushes out first ever 256GB Flash Drive

Just $930 for a pocket full of data
By: Sean Kalinich | Storage News | Posted: Jul 20, 2009 2:21 pm

Recently Kingston made news by being the first to have a 128GB Flash drive out and on the market. Kingston was not satisfied with this capacity and so decided to do a one up and release a 256GB version.


The new drive will sell under the label of DataTraveler 300. The new drive will run under the USB 2.0 standard. It will feature the same Password Traveler software as the DT200 that allows you to create a hidden, password protected area for your private documents.


Pricing is a little high at $935 (more than some 256GB SSDs. This price will make the DT 300 a toy for only a very small number of people.


Kingston pushes out first ever 256GB Flash Drive


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