Kingston DataTraveler 2000 USB Drive with Alphanumeric keypad launched from Rs. 10K

Kingston the well known brand when it comes to Memory products has launched a unique USB pen drive called the Kingston DataTraveler 2000. The unique thing about this USB drive is that it comes with dedicated alphanumeric keypad with hardware based protection.

Kingston DataTraveler Workspace 64GB bootable drive review

The Kingston DataTraveler Workspace is a special USB drive that incorporates SSD technology and its bootable. This USB drive is specially made for corporate use. It does not come cheap (at least when compared with other Pen drives), this 64GB Workspace drive is priced at ₹10,999.

Kingston DataTraveler Vault Privacy 3.0 review – 16GB with 256 bit hardware encryption

The DataTraveler vault privacy 3.0 is available in 4GB to 64GB storage options. These USB storage drives are different from the traditional storage drives that you might be using. The Vault Privacy 3.0 comes with built in 256 bit advance encryption (hardware based) that provides 100% data protection.

Kingston Data Traveler R3.0 USB flash drive review – high speed with 32GB storage space

The Kingston Data Traveler R3.0 is a high speed USB drive available in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB capacities. These drives are a little different from the low cost USB drives available in the market. Though the Kingston DT R3.0 supports USB 3.0 it is also backward compatible with USB 2.0.

SONY Micro Vault USB Storage Media specification and Price

Ask any techno savvy person and they will tell you how important and convenient it is to carry a small USB storage device. Be it for personal use or work today USB storage media is becoming very popular. The main advantage of the portable storage device is that is easier to carry and comes with …

How to create a bootable USB Flash/Pen drive for Windows 7, Vista or XP

If you have a USB Flash/Pen drive and you are using the Windows 7, Windows Vista or Windows XP operating system you can easily create a bootable USB flash drive by following the simple (how to) steps listed below. Why need a bootable USB drive? There was a time when floppy drives were the only …