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Exactly what’s this? Merely another USB 3.0 thumbdrive at IDF 2012? Not quite. You’re looking at Kingston’s DataTraveler Workspace, a storage gadget that integrates bona fide SSD modern technology not usually located in thumbdrives– like a lot of ultra fast flash memory and a SandForce controller that supports TRIM and S.M.A.R.T commands. As such, it shares more in typical with Kingston’s line of SSDs. It’s not truly created for data storage space– instead, it’s suggested to be used as a qualified Windows To Go repaired drive, “a fully manageable corporate Windows 8 workspace on a specifically configured, bootable USB drive”.
The concept is that business IT can easily use these thumbdrives to workers who can easily then run a safe, managed instance of Windows on a range of PCs with a bootable USB 2.0 (or faster) port. Another intriguing feature of Windows To Go is that Kingston’s DT Workspace thumbdrives can be removed for up to 1 minute without crashing Windows– the Operating System simply notifies the individual to “keep the USB drive plugged in” and continues where it left off. Rates continues to be a mystery, however the gadget will certainly be offered for company customers in 32, 64 and 128GB capacities when Windows 8 launches. Till then, you’re welcomed to peek at the gallery below and to see our hands-on video recording past the break.
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No matter how you slice it, having 256GB on your keychain is pretty rad. For those living in various regions of the world not named America, they’ve had access to the DataTraveler 300 for just under a year. Thankfully, the Kingston finally realized that Yanks love capaciousness as well, and the DataTraveler 310 is the solution that very sect has been longing for. Hailed as the first 256GB flash drive to ship in the States, the DT 310 is capable of holding up to 54 DVDs or 1,984 JPEGs of your undercover lover, and it’ll function just fine with Windows, Linux and OS X-based systems. We’re told that it’ll sport data transfer rates of 25MB/sec (read) and 12MB/sec (write), but chances are you’ll never get the opportunity to put those claims to the test. You know, given that astronomical $1,108 MSRP.
Gallery: Kingston 256GB DataTraveler 310 USB flash drive
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Props to Engadget
Along comes the 256GB thumb drive DataTraveler 300. A little on the bulky side but for that much space I will deal with the large manly bulge in my pocket. Not to mention 20 MB/Sec read rate and 10 MB/Sec write speed. It also support ReadyBoost in Windows Vista and assumedly Windows 7. Only marketed to be available in the UK and Europe but any savvy webhead knows you can get whatever you want if you want to try hard enough, and will pay the nearly $1,000.
Geez! That is about 100x more space than my first computer!