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Kingston unveils world's first 128GB USB Flash drive

Written by IT News on 4:05 AM

Kingston has just announced that the introduction of the new Data Traveler 200 (DT200) line of USB flash drive, including the world's first 128GB USB flash drive. With the introduction of this high-capacity USB flash drive, users can benefit from increased storage capacity in a small, ultra portable form factor that easily fits any pocket. In addition, Kingston designed its new Data Traveler products with password protection system, where data is stored securely on this ultra-portable storage solution.

"The new DT200 robust storage capacity, consumers can save the entire library of music, photos and videos. It is also a fantastic tool for business users around the large databases or files," says Andrew Ewing, USB manager, Kingston. "The password protection helps to protect data and requires no admin rights DT200 a great solution for home or office.”

According to Kingston, the new Data Traveler 200 USB flash drive with a Capless design and is optimized for Windows ReadyBoost. The new series of high-capacity USB memory sticks are in the storage capacity of 32GB, 64GB and 128GB. Measuring only 2.77 "x 0.49" x 0.89 ", the new DT200 Kingston is so easy to use as any other USB flash drive, but with the added value of the larger storage space. In addition, the new flash drives come with bundled Password Traveler Safety for Windows operating systems, offering more security for your digital content.

Unfortunately, increased storage capacity USB sticks are a commodity for those who can afford it, as these new units is anything but cheap. The DT2200 comes at a MSRP U.S. $ 120 and is available in the colors blue and black, while the high capacity model, DT 200 Black 128GB Flash Drive, is expected to be available for MSRP U.S. $546.

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