Kingston DataTraveler 101 Gen 2 16GB USB Drive - Black - £12.99 Delivered @ Amazon & Play - HotUKDeals
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Kingston DataTraveler 101 Generation 2 (G2) is here! This convenient storage companion lets you take all of your data to your home, office, school and anywhere you travel. Now with urDrive, it gives you a better way to look at your data while combining cool features to make it your own. Easily store, organise and share your favourite photos through the built-in photo viewer software, use the convenient built-in Internet browser app to view the cool AppZone for new apps to try - all in a flash. In the months ahead, urDrive will update to offer even more apps and features.

Capacity: 16GB
Interface: USB 2.0
Interface Speed: 480Mbps
Safe: SecureTraveler1 security software
Convenient: Pocket-sized for easy transportability
Simple: Just plug and play into a USB port
Practical: capless swivel design protects USB connector no cap to lose

Play link:

http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/15508674/Kingston-DataTraveler-101-G2-16GB-USB-Flash-Drive-Black/Product.html?_%24ja=tsid:11518|cat:15508674|prd:15508674
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#1
10MB/sec. read and 5MB/sec. write
#2
20Mb/s read and 5Mb/s write on my G3

Kingston DataTraveler 101 Generation 2 (G2) is here!


Is it? I think it was here but it is now so far off that the light has taken 3 years to reach us :D
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If it is 5mb/s then that's very average speed...not the fastest drive around. Rough calculation, would take up to an hour to fill the 16gb drive!
#4
And with 10,000 cycle write lifetime the drive should last 10,000 hours of continuous writing. Which is 8 hours of writing, every day, for three years.

Still much faster than burning DVD's.

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