Kingston DataTraveler HyperX 8 GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive DTHX2/8GB
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- Fast ¿ data transfer rates up to 25MB/sec. read and 16MB/sec. write1
- Enhanced for Windows ReadyBoost on Vista-based systems2
- Simple ¿ just plug into a USB port
- Guaranteed ¿ five-year warranty
- Dimensions ¿ 2.76" x 0.88" x 0.44" (70.0mm x 22.4mm x 11.3mm)
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If you¿re a fan of Kingston¿s HyperX memory modules, you¿ll love the latest addition to Kingston¿s DataTraveler USB Flash drives ¿ DataTraveler HyperX. This drive combines the best in speed and design from the name you trust. Kingston¿s flagship enthusiast brand of memory modules, Kingston HyperX, has a longstanding history as the ultimate memory module for enthusiasts and PC gamers who want the best in system memory. Now with DataTraveler HyperX, the speed you need has crossed technology platforms to the world of USB Flash drives. With data transfer rates up to 25MB/sec. read and 16MB/sec.1 write, DataTraveler HyperX gives enthusiasts the power they want from their portable Flash storage solution. Transferring data from your system to USB drive is faster than ever before. If you¿re running Windows Vista, then DataTraveler HyperX is made for you as it is enhanced for Windows ReadyBoost. With capacities up to 32GB, you can store more and share more than ever before. Featuring a capless design with a metallic blue case and black grips for easy handling, DataTraveler HyperX is a sleek and durable solution for any enthusiasts¿ rig. Simply plug DataTraveler HyperX into an available USB port to transfer photos, videos, music and data to your second system, notebook or fellow enthusiast¿s system. DataTraveler HyperX is backed by a five-year warranty, free tech support and legendary Kingston reliability
Top customer reviews
Kingston warranty is reassuring.
Kingston specs claim 16 MB/sec write and 25 MB/sec read,
and I'm getting very close to those speeds. Feels much
faster than cheap generic 8GB USB flash drives.
A bit expensive, but worth it.