Kingston makes DataTraveler 410 flash drive faster

Kingston announced today that it was increasing the speed that its DataTraveler 410 flash drive offers. The drive has been upgraded to include up to 32GB of storage and with faster read and write speeds. The drive has read and write speeds of up to 20MB/sec.

That is good performance for a flash drive, assuming it actually hits those speeds in the real world. The faster read and write speeds make the drive more suited to use as a backup device and for moving large files. The drive measures 2.58″ x 0.71″ x 0.41″.
“Power users, enterprise customers and everyday consumers have wanted the ability to store and move large files around faster as USB Flash drives have become more prevalent in everyday use,” said Andrew Ewing, USB business manager, Kingston. “Based on customer feedback, we developed the DataTraveler 410 with higher data transfer rates and security in mind as well as a terrific price point.”


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