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Kingston 256GB DT300 Data Traveler USB Flash Drive £599.99 @ MyMemory

£599.99 @ MyMemory
Kingston's new DataTraveler 300 is a convenient way to store, carry and transfer files. With its 256GB capacity, DataTraveler 300 contains plenty of room for storing photos, music and important files.… Read More
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7y, 9m agoFound 7 years, 9 months ago
Kingston's new DataTraveler 300 is a convenient way to store, carry and transfer files. With its 256GB capacity, DataTraveler 300 contains plenty of room for storing photos, music and important files. Secure data with Password Traveler software, which allows you to create and access a password-protected, secure area of the drive called a "Privacy Zone."

DataTraveler 300 offers fast speeds so you can spend less time copying and transferring files. Its fast data access means you can play high-quality movies directly from the drive or quickly copy data to a host device. DataTraveler 300 is perfect for those who need significant storage capacity and data protection in a lightweight, durable design. With a retractable USB connector, the DataTraveler 300 is ideal for home or business.

DataTraveler 300 is backed by legendary Kingston® reliability plus a five-year warranty and 24/7 tech support.
Specification

- Capacity1 - 256GB
- Fast - data transfer rates of up to 20MB/sec. read and 10 MB/sec. write2
- Dimensions - 2.78" x 0.88" x 0.65" (70.68mm x 22.37 mm x 16.45mm)
- Operating Temperature - 32° to 140° F (0° to 60° C)
- Storage Temperature - -4° to 185° F (-20° to 85° C)
- Simple - just plug into a USB port
- Practical - durable, capless design
- Guaranteed - five-year warranty
- Safeguarded - includes Password Traveler security software for Windows
- Compatibility: Windows Vista (SP1) / ReadyBoost / XP (SP1, SP2, SP3) / 2000 (SP4).
Mac OS (10.3.x and above)
Linux (2.6 and above)
Warranty

5 Years

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Okay, so I won't be splashing out on this myself at this price. But wow @ the capacity!
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1 Like #1
not to be sold to government organisation.

that is far too much data for one muppet to lose!.
#2
HOLY FOOKEN HELL..... 250 gig USB Pen.. a new this day would come, but no that quick lol
#3
Massssive :-0

Too rich for my pocket tho :-(
#4
Hmm, it's still cheaper than the first 1GB drive I bought
#5
Looks good, BUT can't afford £599.99 :roll:
#6
Why the cold votes ?

Is this available any cheaper?
#7
Dont forget quidco :P
#8
bloody hell! I paid £100 for an 8Meg pen drive about 10 years ago so 32,000 times the storage capacity for 6 times the price, not bad! Give it a year and it'll be £59.99.
Have some heat!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#9
i will wait until it is around £9.99... ;-)
#10
Just imagine losing this! Would make your wallet hurt...
banned#11
Very cold much better buying a 2.5" 500GB HDD or A 256GB SSD...
#12
pmsl.
Love the comments, guys. And thanks for the rep.


In seriousness, it's a promising sign for the future, though. Can't wait 'til we start seeing massive flash drives.
Not sure I'd fancy sticking one in the divx/dvd player and scrolling down to Zardoz, mind... ;-)



Very cold much better buying a 2.5" 500GB HDD
I find my 2.5" hdd gets in the way on my keyring... :p
#13
Cant wait until they start giving them away with the Sunday Times. :-D. Well they do it with 128Mb ones dont they?
#14
Bytes_And_Bobs
Very cold much better buying a 2.5" 500GB HDD or A 256GB SSD...


Great comparison! (Not!)
#15
celticbull2008
HOLY FOOKEN HELL..... 250 gig USB Pen.. a new this day would come, but no that quick lol



LOL!

USB drives up to 32GB are hovering at just over £1 per GB, so this is a *tad* expensive if you look at it in those terms.

Also, how long would it take to transfer 256GB of data to it at USB2.0 speeds anyway? A bloomin' looooong time!

:)
#16
kev_gordon
LOL!

USB drives up to 32GB are hovering at just over £1 per GB, so this is a *tad* expensive if you look at it in those terms.

Also, how long would it take to transfer 256GB of data to it at USB2.0 speeds anyway? A bloomin' looooong time!

:)


long enough for the 1gb version to be available!
#17
midiman
Cant wait until they start giving them away with the Sunday Times. :-D. Well they do it with 128Mb ones dont they?

they do that for film trailers & album samplers

I don't fancy sitting in a cinema watchign the full film, if the trailer's gonna take up 256gb !

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