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Kingston Data Traveler 150 32GB USB flash drive

Kingston has launched a 32GB USB flash memory drive - the Kingston DataTraveler 150 is the memory maker's largest-capacity drive to date.

Measuring 76x24x13mm, the pocket-sized flash drive is compatible with Windows Vista and XP, Mac OS X 10.3 and higher and Linux v2.6 and higher operating systems.

The Kingston DataTraveler150 flash memory drive is clad in bright orange and has a removable cap to prevent damage to the USB port.

Kingston says the 32GB drive will operate at temperatures ranging from 0 to 60 degrees. For those that care to put this to the text, the drive comes with the reassurance of a %-year warranty.

Priced at £74 including VAT, the Kingston DataTraveler 150 is available from online retailers including WStore.

Kingston DataTraveler 150 32GB flash memory drive

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