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KINGSTON UNVEIL WORLD'S LARGEST FLASH DRIVE By Curtis Moldrich

07 January 2013
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KINGSTON UNVEIL WORLD'S LARGEST FLASH DRIVE

Kingston has unveiled the world’s largest capacity flash drive.

Packing in up to a Terabyte worth of data into its Zinc alloy casing, the DataTraveler HyperX Predator 3.0 allows musicians and music lovers alike to carry multiple production projects and music libraries in their pocket.

Capable of blazing 240MB/s read speeds and 160MB/s write speeds, the DataTraveler is fast enough to modify HD video and music projects without any performance lag - perfect for music production and video editing.

The fastest flash drive Kingston currently offer, the DataTraveler HyperX Predator 3.0 also features SuperSpeed USB 3.0 certification and USB 2.0 backwards compatibility.

Kingston’s gargantuan 512GB model is available now, and the tardis-like 1TB version will arrive later this quarter.

TAGS: FLASH / KINGSTON / USB

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