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Kingston 4GB DataTraveler USB 2.0 Flash Drive

Date: October 17, 2007
Product: DTI/4GB
Company: Kingston Technology
Author: Jason Rabel

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 Kingston 4GB DataTraveler USB 2.0 Flash Drive


High speed USB flash drives are a huge market with prices constantly falling and capacities ever increasing. Mention the word "floppy" around the office and people look at you confused like you are stuck in the 90's. USB flash drives provide a rewritable, dependable, and portable medium for consumers to transport large files between PCs or other devices. Capacities of 2GB, 4GB, or even 8GB are not uncommon for these tiny little solid-state drives. With plug-and-play for any modern PC, Mac, or Linux OS, there are no extra drivers required, simply plug in the drive and it shows up as another disk ready to use.

Kingston makes a variety of High Speed USB flash drives, currently seven (7) different models when this article was written. Each line of flash drives is geared towards a specific market and has different features built into the device. Some have encryption, some have synchronization software, some have built in card readers.

Kingston Technology's DataTraveler High Speed 2.0 USB Flash drives put portable flash memory in anyones hands. Reliable and easy to use, DataTraveler is the choice of corporations and consumers alike for securely storing, carrying and transferring important data, favorite songs, photos and more. Go across country, across town or across platforms with data at your fingertips.

The model we will be taking at look at in this review is the basic 4GB "DataTraveler". Also available in 1GB & 2GB capacities, the DataTraveler is a no-frills convenient and affordable USB flash drive.


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