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|16th June 2009, 22:35||#1|
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Kingston Puts 128GB of Flash Memory into USB Drive
Kingston Memory, one of the world’s top suppliers of flash and DRAM products, has unveiled the world’s first flash drive with 128GB capacity. The manufacturer positions the new lineup of USB flash memory drives for multimedia enthusiasts as well as business users who need to carry very large files with themselves.
The new Kingston DataTraveler 200-series USB flash memory sticks are available in 32GB, 64GB and 128GB capacities and support Microsoft Windows Vista ReadyBoost technology. At present 128GB is absolutely maximum capacity for USB flash-based storage and many end-users may simply prefer to use the DataTraveler 200/128GB devices as expensive external storage, not a way to transfer information from one place to another.
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