Kingston rolls out 256GB DataTraveler 300 –Updated: priced at $1,299

Kingston rolls out 256GB DataTraveler 300

Kingston announced a mini-giant flash drive –mini design but giant storage capacity. Kingston DataTraveler 300 packs in 256 GB of storage capacity, breaking records as the largest flash storage on the market.

If your memory won’t serve you right, Kingston and DiskGo has almost debuts their 128GB USB flash drives at the same time making a quick rivalry on the market. Kingston making the edge by doubling the size with 256GB, it can fit approximately 10 Blu-ray movies and impressively 20MB/s read and 10MB/s write speeds.

If you will imagine, this stick-like device would be just hanging on along with your keychain putting as much storage as a regular bulky external drive.

The new DataTraveler 300 supports both PCs and Macs; fortunate for Windows users they can harness added security with the supported password software. The drive is now available in UK with equivalent $900, with uncertain release in the US.

Update:
Gizmodo.au reports that the Kingston DataTraveler 300 is priced at $1,299 on a made to order deal. For those people that have no rooms for their money maybe you can grab this one, but thinking wisely this price will be worth of a powerful laptop with larger hard drive capacity or even a keen DSLR.


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