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Remember those heady days when USB drives used to cost hundreds of dollars? Well, thanks to Kingston's latest 128GB monster, they can again.
USB thumb drives stopped being cool about 10 years ago, but what happens when you stick a microSD card reader on board? It gets cool again, that's what. Kingston's DataTraveler Micro does just that, and even holds up to 4GB of onboard memory inside the thumbdrive itself. The reader can read not only microSD cards, but…
Kingston is releasing two thumb drives: the 8GB DataTraveler II Plus - Migo Edition, which retails for $154, and the DataTraveler 100, which has a one-handed sliding construction and ranges from 1GB to 8GB and has prices of $19 to $116. [Kingston]
If the standard Kingston DataTraveler drives are somehow too big for you, these Kingston DataTraveler Minis should be more to your liking. The drives come in 512MB, 1GB, and 2GB sizes, and have a capless red sliding cover so you won't lose the top.
Waterproof to a depth of four feet, these Kingston DataTraveler drives are safe from accidental toilet-droppage as well as Travis's midnight pee attacks.
If you're worried about losing your data to theft or water damage—Hurricane Katrina victims?—Kingston's DataTraveler Secure should be right up your alley. Not only does it have 256-bit Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) hardware encryption, it's protected by a titanium waterproof coating that protects your drive…