Back in May 2008, I wrote about the Kingston DataTraveler 4GB USB 2.0 flash drive available for the great price of twenty bucks. About a year and half has gone by and these wonderful devices have surfaced again on sale for half that price! Yes, you can be a proud owner of one of these reliable storage devices for only ten bucks.
I still use my Kingston 4GB flash drive as the primary storage source on one of my Ubuntu desktop PCs. These pocket-sized drives have the speed, disk space, and durability to run an operating system like a much pricier hard drive counterpart. This particular desktop runs 24/7 without any issues and has been running for months now since the cold weather returned.
If you’re a college student, then this is an essential school supply. Store all of your documents, photos, and more on this extremely portable drive. Save those CD-Rs and move around your data easily on a USB flash drive if the computers you’re working with are not connected on the same network. Doing this can save those unwanted burned discs from ending up in landfills and save you time with its fast transfer rate.
Kingston is a leader in all types of computer memory including flash drives, and I trust them and turn to them first with my computing needs. Consider doing the same and you won’t be disappointed.