Kingston Data Traveler 200 32GB - Blue/Black £44.99 Delivered @ 7dayShop - HotUKDeals
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Kingston’s new DataTraveler® 200 USB Flash drives represent the high capacity, fast and password protected range which is perfect for those who need a storage companion able to keep up with their demands. With capacities up to 128 GB, the DataTraveler 200 features password protection via Password Traveler software, which allows you to create and access a password-protected, secure area of the drive called a “Privacy Zone.”

DataTraveler 200 is ideal for those who need significant storage capacity and data protection in a sleek, durable design. With a capless design and enhanced with Windows ReadyBoost™1, the DataTraveler 200 is perfect for home or business.

Features/Specifications:
Speed — Data transfer rates of up to 20MB/sec. read and 10MB/sec. write
Safeguarded — includes Password Traveler security software for Windows
Convenient — does not require Administrator rights to access the Privacy Zone
Dimensions — 2.77” x 0.49” x 0.89” (70.39mm x 12.52mm x 22.78mm)
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
Enhanced — for Windows ReadyBoost™ on Vista-based systems
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#1
why so cold?
#2
Tbh, would rather get a larger capacity external 2.5" hdd. I know that its a USB so its a flash drive and small etc etc. but on the price/gb, you are better off with an ext hdd.
#3
Betas
Tbh, would rather get a larger capacity external 2.5" hdd. I know that its a USB so its a flash drive and small etc etc. but on the price/gb, you are better off with an ext hdd.


It depends on the application you put it to, and has nothing to do with whether this item is a good deal or not!
#4
Betas
Tbh, would rather get a larger capacity external 2.5" hdd. I know that its a USB so its a flash drive and small etc etc. but on the price/gb, you are better off with an ext hdd.

Doesn't really fit on you keyring though, does it?
#5
come on u can have a lil pain to save some money...
craigstephens
Betas
Tbh, would rather get a larger capacity external 2.5" hdd. I know that its a USB so its a flash drive and small etc etc. but on the price/gb, you are better off with an ext hdd.
Doesn't really fit on you keyring though, does it?

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