Kingston Technology archive

  • 1TB flash drive turns your keys into storage haven
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    1TB flash drive turns your keys into storage haven

    By 7 January 2013

    Kingston Technology has announced it is launching a 1TB flash drive for those wo need a lot of storage in a small casing, and always with them.  Not content with being the biggest storage option for a flash USB drive from Kingston, the DataTraveler HyperX...

  • Kingston Technology offers new Solid State drives
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    Kingston Technology offers new Solid State drives

    By 10 August 2009

    Kingston Technology has announced a new addition to its range of SSDNow drives. The V+ series claims to have " higher and faster performance specifications" for people who really need to eke every last bit of power from their machines. It has random 4K...

  • Kingston announces DataTraveler Vault Privacy Edition for Macs
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    Kingston announces DataTraveler Vault Privacy Edition for Macs

    By 28 April 2009

    Kingston has announced that the DataTraveler Vault - Privacy Edition is now fully compatible with Macs. The "ultra secure" hardware-based encrypted USB drive does not require any Windows software installation prior to use. The drive features 256-bit AES...

  • Kingston launches 16GB microSDHC card
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    Kingston launches 16GB microSDHC card

    By 16 February 2009

    Kingston has announced it is releasing a 16GB microSDHC Flash memory card for use in mobile phones. "The increased functionality of the latest mobile phones has helped fuel and raise consumers' appetites for more digital content", said Wendy Lecot, Flash...

  • Kingston Digital releases new range of SDHC cards
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    Kingston Digital releases new range of SDHC cards

    By 28 January 2009

    Kingston Digital has announced it is releasing a new line of SDHC video cards for use in digital camcorders. To help consumers know which size will suit their needs, the SDHC cards come with the approximate recording time in minutes on the packaging,...

  • Kingston launches 64GB flash drive
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    Kingston launches 64GB flash drive

    By 19 November 2008

    Kingston has announced it is shipping its latest DataTraveler 150 flash drive with a whopping 64GB capacity. The DT150 offers the largest capacity in Kingston's entire line-up and is compatible with Windows Vista, XP and 2000, Mac OS X 10.3 and up and...

  • Kingston DataTraveler Locker launches
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    Kingston DataTraveler Locker launches

    By 20 October 2008

    Kingston Technology Company has launched the DataTraveler Locker, a hardware-based encrypted USB flash drive providing advanced data protection when on the move. Kingston says the DataTraveler Locker is one of the first USB drives with high standard data...

  • Kingston launches 32GB DataTraveler 150 flash drive
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    Kingston launches 32GB DataTraveler 150 flash drive

    By 8 October 2008

    Kingston Technology has announced it is shipping its high capacity 32GB DataTraveler 150 USB flash drive. The DT150 offers the largest capacity in Kingston’s entire line of DataTraveler USB drives. "The new DataTraveler 150 has broken through storage...

  • Kingston launches 8GB Multi-Kit
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    Kingston launches 8GB Multi-Kit

    By 22 September 2008

    Kingston has announced it is shipping the 8GB Multi-Kit and 4GB microSDHC card plus USB reader. The company says these two new products make transferring and saving files between mobile phones and multiple devices much easier and convenient as well as...

  • Kingston DataTraveler Micro Reader USB stick    review
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    Kingston DataTraveler Micro Reader USB stick review

    By 28 August 2008

    There was a time when a USB memory stick was something of a novelty that offered nothing more than portable storage. These days, aside from increases in capacity, there is little to differentiate between devices. Which is why Kingston has decided to offer...

  • Kingston launches DataTraveler Mini Slim
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    Kingston launches DataTraveler Mini Slim

    By 5 August 2008

    Kingston Technology has launched the "stylish and small" DataTraveler Mini Slim. Described as a fun, easy and colourful way to transport and share music, photos and other digital files, the USB flash drive is available in black, blue or pink. With the...

  • Kingston launches DataTraveler 101
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    Kingston launches DataTraveler 101

    By 24 July 2008

    Kingston has launched the new DataTraveler 101, a "stylish" USB drive that is available in a variety of colours. The DT101 comes in cyan, pink and yellow, has a swivel design and capacities up to 8GB. SecureTraveler software allows the user to create...

  • Kingston launches "Terracotta Warrior" flash drive
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    Kingston launches "Terracotta Warrior" flash drive

    By 17 July 2008

    Kingston has launched the "DataTraveler Terra Cotta" in Japan, a 4GB flash drive that's adorned with imagery of the famous Chinese Terracotta Army. We're not entirely sure why, but it sure is purty.

  • 16GB Kingston DataTraveler 400 launches
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    16GB Kingston DataTraveler 400 launches

    By 8 July 2008

    Kingston Technology has announced the launch of the 16GB version of its DataTraveler 400, a USB flash drive preloaded with MigoSync data syncing software from Migo Software. The DT400 allows users to work among multiple PCs by directly synchronising files,...

  • Kingston DataTraveler BlackBox launches
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    Kingston DataTraveler BlackBox launches

    By 3 July 2008

    Kingston Technology has announced the DataTraveler BlackBox, a hardware-based encrypted and Federal Information Processing Standard validated USB Flash drive. The DataTraveler BlackBox is available immediately in 2GB, 4GB and 8GB capacities in black,...

  • Kinsgton targets gamers with DataTraveler HyperX USB drives
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    Kinsgton targets gamers with DataTraveler HyperX USB drives

    By 15 May 2008

    Kingston Technology has announced it is expanding its line of USB flash drives with the introduction of the DataTraveler HyperX model. With the claim of offering ultra-fast read/write speeds the DT HyperX is available in capacities up to 8GB and comes...

  • Kingston launches The X-Factor flash drive
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    Kingston launches The X-Factor flash drive

    By 9 April 2008

    Following a similar team up with Ricky Martin in the States, Kingston Technology has reached to the depths of the UK entertainment arena and launched a 2GB USB flash drive which comes pre-loaded with video footage from The X Factor show including clips...

  • Kingston Media Reader review
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    Kingston Media Reader review

    By 5 March 2008

    Some gadgets are more practical than desirable and a memory card reader certainly falls into this category. However, rather than just a small box with port slots, Kingston has added a hint of style to this device. For starters, it has been designed for...

  • Kingston Technology launches 16GB SDHC card
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    Kingston Technology launches 16GB SDHC card

    By 12 February 2008

    Kingston Technology has announced it is offering a 16GB Class 4 SDHC flash memory card. The new 16GB card is the largest capacity in Kingston's line of SDHC cards, which include 4GB and 8GB SDHC Class 2/4/6 versions. Kinsgton claims the new 16GB SDHC...

  • Kingston launches DataTraveler Micro
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    Kingston launches DataTraveler Micro

    By 11 February 2008

    Kingston Technology has launched a new device that can store, transfer and read content off mobile phone memory cards. The DataTraveler Micro Reader is an all-in-one USB flash drive and reader. The device is compatible with Windows ReadyBoost, and features...

  • Kingston Technology launches new Media Reader
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    Kingston Technology launches new Media Reader

    By 5 December 2007

    Kingston Technology has announced the new Kingston Media Reader, an external, hi-speed reader designed to support 19 popular types of flash memory cards, including five different Memory Stick card formats and requires no adapters or power cable. "The...

  • Kingston DataTraveler flash drives now up to 4GB
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    Kingston DataTraveler flash drives now up to 4GB

    By 6 November 2007

    Kingston Technology has announced that its DataTraveler Mini Fun and DataTraveler Mini–Migo Edition USB Flash drives are now available in sizes of up to 4GB. In addition, the DT Mini Fun now features Sudoku, as well as the previously included Atlantis...

  • Kingston 2GB MicroSD card with MicroSD Card Reader review
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    Kingston 2GB MicroSD card with MicroSD Card Reader review

    By 11 September 2007

    It's all very well memory cards getting smaller and smaller, but that doesn't then help when it comes to connecting them to older devices like your laptop. One of the smallest cards available is the MicroSD card. Smaller than your little finger's fingernail,...

  • Kingston CompactFlash Ultimate 266X memory card review
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    Kingston CompactFlash Ultimate 266X memory card review

    By 10 September 2007

    While CompactFlash cards are as about exciting as spending an hour in a small room with Johnny Vaughan, they are none the less an important facet in the professional photographers arsenal of kit. The Kingston CompactFlash Ultimate 266X is the latest card...

  • Flash memory vending machine at Gatwick
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    Flash memory vending machine at Gatwick

    By 11 April 2007

    Travelling used to require you stocking up on magazines, film for the camera and suntan lotion, however Kingston Technology is hoping you'll add memory cards to that list instead of film with the installation of a memory card vending machine at Gatwick...