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Kingston Has Launched The New 64GB SDXC UHS-1 Class 10 Memory Card

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Kingston has launched a new SDXC card at Computex 2010. Called the 64GB SDXC UHS-1, the memory card was designed only for digital cameras, camcorders and laptops and it can’t be used on a mobile phone yet.

The SDXC card is speed Class 10 and features a minimum data transfer speed of 10MB/sec, up to 60MB/s read speed and up to 35MB\s write speed. The new SDXC card will be compatible with devices such as HDTVs, nav devices, media players or computers in the near future and it will also be compatible with devices from Panasonic and Canon very soon.

Kingston has already begun to ship the 64GB SDXC Class 10. UHS-1 and should be available for purchase by the end of this month for $499.

Kingston Releases 256 Gb USB Flash Drive

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Larger than most laptop hard-drives, yet considerably smaller than a chocolate bar, the 256 Gb Kingston DT-310 is a great alternatives for those looking for viable ways of carrying large volumes of data.

In 2009, Kingston introduced the world to its first generation of 256 Gb flash drives. Actually, the rest of the world, because the DT-300 was never available in the US. Now, after extensive research that showed architects, designers and engineers were looking for easy ways of transporting large files, Kingston is making things right and releasing the Data Traveler DT-310.

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Kingston DataTraveler 5000 – The World’s Safest USB Drive

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Most people probably don’t carry top secret files on USB sticks, but what about those poor spies and secret agents who need ultra protection for their data? Kingston DataTraveler 5000 to the rescue!

That’s right, the new DataTraveler 5000 USB flash drive is “certified for government-approved secure data protection.” and that’s saying something. The portable device is IPS 140-2 Level 2 certified with Level 3 pending, has 256-bit AES hardware-based encryption, uses XTS cipher mode and elliptic curve cryptography (ECC) algorithms to ensure your files don’t fall into the wrong hands. Kingston’s ultra-save flash drive will also come with an on-board Malware scanning application.

The DataTraveler 5000 comes in 3 different storage variants: 2 GB ($111). 4 GB ($185) and 8 GB ($400). And if you thought the government spy remark at the beginning was a joke, you should know “”For its U.S. government customers, Kingston offers a variety of Trade Agreement Act-compliant (TAA) products and has a dedicated federal sales team in place.”

Check the full specifications of the Kingston DataTraveler 5000, after the jump.

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512GB SSDNow V+ from Kingston

Kingston 512GB SSD Kit

Kingston has unveiled a new SSD kit from the SSDNow V+ line which offers 512GB of storage capacity, meant to help consumers that are working with huge amounts of data. The new 2.5-inch kit is compatible with Windows 7 and comes with a pair of rails to convert it to a 3.5-inch size for desktops. It has a read speed of up to 230MB/s and up to 180MB/s writing speed and it is also available with other storage capacities : 256GB , 128GB and 64GB. You can have the 512GB SSD kit for $1985.

Via slipperybrick