Kingston USB 3.0 Flash Drive Reviews

Kingston USB 3.0 Flash Drive Reviews. In yesterday’s CES show was not all have to talk about the tablets that come out, whatever the latest technology available. But there is also news about a Flash drive that came from Kingston. One of these memory manufacturers say they plan to develop solutions for USB 3.0 flash drives are comprehensive to meet users’ needs and to address the market demand for USB 3.0 Flash Drive.

“Along with the development of USB 3.0, the number of platforms and computers that support USB 3.0, we realized the need to develop a variety of solutions for a variety of target markets and help drive the acceptance of this kind on the market,” said Nathan Su, Flash Memory Sales Director, APAC Region, and Kingston.

When seen in 2011 is a starting place will increase memory usage of USB 3.0 flash drives will inevitably Kingston also have to work harder to meet the needs of consumers. But more than that, chances are the needs of the computer itself are much more than the user. Kingston plans also will launch a flash drive entry-level to complement the computer that already uses 3.0 flash drives to transfer data.

The main objective of this flash drive by Kingston is for them the common user. By offering lower capacity as well as a more affordable price. So of course the wider community will be many who started using a USB 3.0 flash drive version.

In September 2010, Kingston has launched the ultimate data traveler 3.0 (DTU30). This is the first version of the flash drive that uses a SATA bridge chip to obtain high data transfer speeds.
Along with the availability of single-chip controller, Kingston will soon launch the second generation of DTU30, available in capacities of 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB. Single-chip USB 3.0 controller enables compatibility of a better and higher speed.

For enthusiasts and power users, will launch a drive Kingston USB 3.0 have their most rapid? Data Traveler HyperX 3.0 will be the flagship model and part from the ranks HyperXperience, a Kingston product family of high-performance flash that will consist of SSD, USB and card, to supplement the HyperX memory modules.


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