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You are one of those folks who must have the best of everything. You need the biggest, baddest, fastest of everything that comes out. Enough is never enough for you; bring on the big stuff. Kingston has your back with the release of the Data Traveler […]

Kingston DT300You are one of those folks who must have the best of everything. You need the biggest, baddest, fastest of everything that comes out. Enough is never enough for you; bring on the big stuff. Kingston has your back with the release of the Data Traveler 300, a password-protected USB flash drive clocking in a smooth 256 GB. That’s enough to store just about everything you might want to carry around.

The 300 clocks in read/write speeds of 20 MB/sec and 10 MB/ sec, so it’s no slouch when it comes to moving all that data around. The drive is only available in the UK and Europe, but hopefully it will make it elsewhere soon. It’s going to be expensive, you can bet.

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  1. Last time I looked the UK was in Europe too, despite what a lot of my fellow countrymen think :)

  2. No slouch? 10MB is slower than a sleepy snail going uphill. It’ll take more than 7 hours for you to populate the drive to capacity.

    I don’t see why we let vendors get away with terrible write speeds, especially for high capacity devices. Something like this should have, as a minimum, 20MB write speeds and ideally should have double that.

  3. Gavin Miller Tuesday, July 21, 2009

    Pah, 256Mb is nothing these days…..oh, hang on….HOW BIG!!!???

  4. 500GB 2.5″ external drive $89.99 FTW

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