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June 25, 2012
Kingston's DataTraveler® R3.0 USB Flash drive features USB 3.0 high-speed performance with up to 70MB/s read and 30MB/s write (for USB 3.0) to save time and alleviate bottlenecks when transferring files.
Audio: Int'l
November 21, 2011
Power users have long known HyperX as the innovative brand from Kingston® Technology and the new DataTraveler® HyperX 3.0 Flash drive continues this tradition by featuring the fastest speeds and largest capacity Kingston offers for portable storage. Audio: Int'l
October 05, 2011
How to transfer photos using a Kingston SD card.

Audio: Int'l
September 21, 2011
Kingston's business-equipped KC100 solid-state drive is based on the award-winning SandForce® second-generation SSD processor and features SATA Rev. 3.0 (6Gb/s) to deliver exceptional performance and speed. It's backwards compatible — install in your current SATA Rev. 2.0 systems, then use again when you get new SATA Rev. 3.0 systems to help future proof your investment.
Audio: English
August 19, 2011
Kingston's HyperX SSD combines the latest SandForce controller technology with premium NAND Flash to reduce load times while increasing performance and endurance.
Audio: Int'l
August 18, 2011
Mark Nehrenz won 1st place in the Kingston SSDNow contest in 2010. Mark does great charity work in Africa and he needs an SSD drive because he is working doing video work on a documentary in rough areas.
Audio: English
August 18, 2011
Kingston DataTraveler® Vault Privacy Edition USB Flash drive protects even the most sensitive data with 256-bit AES hardware encryption and an enforced complex password. Assembled in the USA, it features data transfer rates up to 24MB/sec. read and 10MB/sec. write plus a five-year warranty and 24/7 tech support. This means that it will NOT require the user to initialise the DTVP in a PC first, and will therefore work in a MAC "out of the box". Audio: Int'l
June 08, 2011
As part of the Kingston SSD Destructo II series we dropped an SSD inside a computer from a roof and then set it on fire. Check out the video to see if the SSD survived.

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