Kingston intros 128GB DataTraveler 200

By Matthew · 4 replies
Jun 16, 2009
  1. Kingston has introduced the world’s first 128GB USB flash drive, the DataTraveler 200. Their high capacity drive features a capless design and incorporates password protection. In addition to the 128GB model, 32 and 64GB units are available – all of which are Windows ReadyBoost capable. Their dimensions are pretty standard at 70.39mm x 12.52mm x 22.78mm.

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  2. eafshar

    eafshar TS Enthusiast Posts: 68

    if i were to pay so much for a usb flash drive.. i'd expect it to be usb 3.0
  3. Burty117

    Burty117 TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 3,144   +911

    Yeah! totally agree! although, if its readyboost ready, doesn't that mean you could use this with a 32bit vista or 7 and actually have over 100GB of RAM or virtual memory avalible? and for that price, they'd be smart to wait and make it USB 3.0 compatible.
  4. Reloader2

    Reloader2 TS Rookie Posts: 66

    Well that's an expensive one. I think i'll keep my cheap 8 gb usb .
  5. how much road pron does one need to bring with them?????
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