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Kingston DataTraveler II, II Plus, & Elite Flash Drives Review
Posted by Philipp Esselbach on: 10/22/2004 02:45 AM [ Print | 0 comment(s) ]
Mikhailtech has posted a Kingston DataTraveler II, II Plus, Elite Flash Drives review
USB flash drives are without a doubt the floppy of the 21st century. Their small size, high capacity, amazing durability, and fast transfer rates make them an ideal portable storage solution. It comes as no surprise that so many companies embraced this technology. In the past we've had the opportunity to check out 3 different drives, specifically the plain 64MB FlashDisk, sleek 64MB TX50, and Kingston's original 128MB DataTraveler. Since then much has changed. The greatest improvement came in the transition to USB2.0 which bumped up transfer rates significantly and made flash drives all the rage. A couple weeks ago Kingston announced their latest series of toys: the DataTraveler II, DataTraveler II Plus, and DataTraveler Elite. This second revision got a complete overhaul: USB2.0 support and impressive transfer rates, at least on paper. We're here to find out if this new lineup has what it takes to make pro league.
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