Kingston shows off DataTraveler Ultimate 3.0 flash drives with USB 3.0 support | Digit

Kingston has unveiled its DataTraveler Ultimate 3.0 flash drives, which make use of the super-fast USB 3.0 interface, which offers nearly 10 times the data transfer rates of USB 2.0. Kingston says the DataTraveler Ultimate 3.0 flash drives have a read speed of 80MB/sec, and a write speed of 60MB/sec. The DataTraveler Ultimate 3.0 flash drives are available in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB capacities. Backward compability with USB 2.0 is ensured with the provision of a Y cable along with the purchase of a DataTraveler Ultimate 3.0 flash drive. Nathan…

Kingston to release Windows To Go USB flash drive | Digit

Kingston has entered into a partnership with Microsoft to create a Windows To Go compatible USB flash drive. Windows To Go is a new feature of Windows 8 Enterprise Edition, and requires a unique external USB 3.0 device capable of SSD-like performance to meet the Windows To Go requirements. Kingston further says the Kingston DataTraveler Workspace USB Flash drive, slated to be released this October, is designed for enterprise environments which want to use Windows 8 from a USB drive to support multiple devices. The new Windows To Go USB…

Transcend launches entry-level USB 3.0 pen drives, priced attractively | Digit

Transcend has launched its latest USB flash drive, the JetFlash 700 (JF700), that is designed with a USB 3.0 interface. Aimed as an entry-level product, the Transcend JetFlash 700 is priced attractively, starting at Rs. 1,300 for 8GB. [RELATED_ARTICLE]Of course, while the SuperSpeed USB 3.0 specification offers blazing fast data transfers, you will require the correct hardware in the form of a motherboard that supports the technology, to be able to make use of it. The Transcend JetFlash 700 promises data transfer rates of up to 70MB/s, up to ten…

Kingston lays out its USB 3.0 roadmap, promises entry level flash drives soon | Digit

The USB 3.0 standard was introduced quite a while back, but manufacturers have taken quite a while integrating it into their offerings, whether in the form of motherboard support or actual hardware ports. Kingston Digital Inc., one of the premier flash memory and storage product manufacturers in the world, had introduced its first USB 3.0 flash drives quite a while back, and now, when the technology is finally nearly commonplace on newer machines, has announced a roadmap of future USB 3.0 devices. [RELATED_ARTICLE]Kingston introduced their USB 3.0 roadmap for 2011…

ADATA launches waterproof, shock-resistant USB 3.0 Flash drive, S107 | Digit

ADATA Technology has launched a new USB 3.0 Flash drive, the S107. The S107 offers a new approach to shock-resistant designs and SuperSpeed USB 3.0 interfaces, with an improved outlook and design. Targeting the modern crowd with an on-the-go and mobile lifestyle, the S107 combines a sporty modern look with military grade shockproof and water-resistant construction. ADATA says the exterior of its S107 drive is constructed of a unique silicone rubber, making it ideal for travelling and excursions. The company further says users now need not worry about the data…