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…

Moser Baer launches super-slim USB flash drives, electrically-coloured for the Gen X | Digit

Moser Baer just launched a new family of slim USB drives, which is available in two models – 4GB for Rs. 750, and 8GB for Rs. 1,150. It claims that the 8GB model happens to be the thinnest 8GB flash drive in the world. Well it certainly is thin, measuring in at just 29.4 x 12.4 x 2.3mm, and weighing in at a feather light 1.3g. Moser Bear says it managed to squeeze in 8GB into such a small case using “Chip-on-Board technology”. They are both available in vivid variety…

Intel unveils Thunderbolt 4 specifications. Speeds unchanged and features native compatibility with Tiger Lake mobile processors | Digit

Intel had officially announced Thunderbolt 4 at CES 2020 when it stated that the new interconnectivity standard would be supported by Intel’s upcoming Tiger Lake platform. However, most of the specifications around Thunderbolt 4 were shrouded in mystery until today’s announcement. We now know that Thunderbolt 4 isn’t any faster than Thunderbolt 3, which had a bandwidth of 40 Gbps, rather it raises the bare minimum requirements for certification, expands the feature set and adds compliance with the USB4 specification since Thunderbolt 4 will use the USB Type-C connector. Also…