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Kingston DataTraveler 2.0 Hi-Speed USB Flash Drive

Company: Kingston
Product: DataTraveler 2.0 Hi-Speed
Street Price: Varies By Size
Date Reviewed: October 15, 2003
Reviewed By: Jason Rabel

Kingston DataTraveler 2.0 Hi-Speed


Wouldn't it be nice to have all your documents, bookmarks, and other important files with you at all times, and stored securely? The Kingston DataTraveler 2.0 Hi-Speed makes this all possible with just a few clicks of the mouse. Kingston has come up with a line USB flash drives that support USB 2.0 for high speed data transfer, software to password protect your data, and a utility that allows easy synchronizing with your "My Documents", "My Favorites", or any other folder! So no matter if the PC is at home, work, or on the road, the data you need will always be available.

Flash drives have emerged as the next medium for transporting data around. With sizes available from 128MB all the way to 1GB, it's easy to see why they have become so popular. A flash drive works by being plugged into the USB port, which just about every computer has, then the OS recognizes it as a "Removable Drive" making it as easy to transfer data to / from as a normal hard drive. Floppy's are quickly becoming a thing of the past, holding only 1.4MB makes them seem like a dinosaur today. Zip disks are still around, however they require a Zip drive to read the disk. A lot of people like to burn CDs with their data, however unless you are using a CD-RW disk, the data can not be modified.

In the end, the flash drives provide maximum flexibility and ease of use over other portable media. Requiring no special hardware or skills to use, and the ability to read AND write data without the need of any special software, makes these drives the popular choice for people of all ages.


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