Kingston Boosts Data Traveler 150 to 64GB - HotHardware
Kingston Boosts Data Traveler 150 to 64GB

Kingston Boosts Data Traveler 150 to 64GB

Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, today announced it is shipping its high-capacity 64GB DataTraveler® 150 (DT150) USB Flash drive. DT150 offers the largest capacity in Kingston’s entire line of DataTraveler USB drives and allows users the room and flexibility to backup important hard drive contents, and transport and share complete collections of music, videos, photos and documents in one convenient device.

“The new 64GB DataTraveler 150 takes transportable storage to the next level with big capacity in a small package,” said Jaja Lin, Flash business development manager, Kingston®. “As file sizes increase with digital media content such as music and photos, the need for USB Flash drives with high capacities will continue to rise. The DT150 certainly addresses those needs today.”

Kingston’s DataTraveler 150 is fully compatible with Windows Vista, XP and Windows 2000 as well as Mac OS X 10.3 (and above) and Linux 2.6 (and above). The DT150 carries a fully guaranteed five-year warranty and 24/7 tech support.


The Kingston Data Traveler 150 in 32GB retails for $116.00, while the larger 64GB retails for $177.00.

  •  Capacities*: 64GB, 32GB
  • Dimensions: 3.06" x 0.9" x 0.47" (77.9mm x 22mm x 12.05mm)
  • Operating Temperature: 32º F to 140º F (0º C to 60º C)
  • Storage Temperature: -4º F to 185º F (-20º C to 85º C)
  • Simple: Just plug into a USB port
  • Convenient: Pocket-sized for easy transportability
  • Guaranteed: Five-year warranty
  • Compatible Operating Systems: Windows Vista (Windows ReadyBoost™ not supported), Windows XP (SP1, SP2), Windows 2000 (SP4), Mac OS X v.10.3.x and higher, Linux v.2.6.x and higher
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I can see a 64gb flash drive coming in very handy... pretty snazzy lookin too!

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A lot of 64GB drives hitting the maket the last few weeks.

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Flash drives could soon be a viable replacement to an external hard drive soon, especially when USB 3.0 is adopted...

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tanka12345:

Flash drives could soon be a viable replacement to an external hard drive soon, especially when USB 3.0 is adopted...

With some reaching 128GBs they already are to some people.

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