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Kingston ships new 32GB DataTraveler

updated 01:15 pm EDT, Wed October 8, 2008

Kingston 32GB flash stick

Kingston Technology says it is shipping a new USB flash drive, the DataTraveler 150. The drive is available solely in a 32GB capacity, and is distinguished by its bright orange coloring and a removable cap which can attach to its rear while in use. Though it supports Windows Vista and its ReadyBoost memory expansion technology, the 150 is also compatible with Windows XP and 2000, Mac OS X 10.3 or better, and versions of Linux past v2.6. It is on sale for $139.



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  1. lockhartt

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    patent infringement?

    Or at least prior art -

    Referring to the cap "which can attach to its rear while in use"

    G. W. Bush has been doing this with his head for the last eight years, surely he has some grounds for a lawsuit ;)

  1. trevj

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    re. patent infringement

    LOL!! But at 32 GB, this thing's data capacity far outweighs GWs.

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