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Kingston’s HyperX Predator: The Easiest Way To Misplace 1TB Of Data

Kingston’s HyperX Predator: The Easiest Way To Misplace 1TB Of Data

Last year at CES Victorinox surprised everyone with a 1TB flash drive that the company estimated would sell for almost $US3000. It sounded too good to be true, and given there’s been no sign of it since last January, it apparently was. So can Kingston fill the void left in…

Kingston USB 3.0 Flash Drives Start At $US89 For 16GB

Kingston USB 3.0 Flash Drives Start At $US89 For 16GB

Kingston has just debuted three USB 3.0 flash drives. Available in 16GB ($US89), 32GB ($IS138) and 64GB (a hefty $US270) models, the flash drives can attain write speeds of 60Mbps and read speeds of 80Mbps. [PR Newswire via Crunchgear]

Kingston MobileLite G2 Card Reader Protects Your Cards

Kingston MobileLite G2 Card Reader Protects Your Cards

Kingston’s followup to its MobileLite, the MobileLite G2, brings a new, dual-slider design that aims to protect your SD/HC and microSD/HC cards from harm. It’s the most caring card reader on the market.