Friday, 11 January 2013

Worlds Biggest Kingston New 1TB USB Flash Drive 3.0 | Predator HyperX

If there is any name known in USB market then its only Kingston, which always remains in front because of introducing latest technologies in its new USB flash drives. And after introducing a new slick Kingston 1 TB USB data traveler in CES 2013 proves its leadership in USB technology.

CES is the biggest technology event held each year. In CES each company wants to participate and show off their latest, upcoming, emerging and trending technology products. Today is the 3rd and last day of CES 2013 held in is Las Vegas, Nevada. IN which more than 20,000 products are presented by world class brands. And a lot of advancement is seen there in different products that belongs to different field of life including household itemswireless technology, smartphones, operating systems, etc.
kingston 1tb usb flash drive 3.0
Kingston unveiled two new USB 3.0 devices in CES 2013, named HyperX Predator 3.0 and G3 Ultimate 3.0 with storage capacity of 32 GB and 64 GB. The speed for kingston G3 Ultimate 3.0 USB claimed by company is 150 MB and 170 MB per second for reading and writing, respectively.

HyperX Predator 3.0, which is now the worlds biggest USB flash drive available in terms of storage capacity. Company claims that the 1 TB kingston USB will give you read and write speed upto 240 Mb/Sec and 160 MB/Sec, respectively. USB 2.0 devices which we are using in computer have writing speed of about 30 MB/sec So, in comparison this 1TB 3.0 memory stick is 8 times faster. It has a solid metallic lustrous body, and I don't think its look nice in your pocket.
kingston 1tb usb flash drive 3.0
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Well the price of Kingston 1TB USB memory stick 3. is not announced yet, but it is estimating that it would be around 2000-2500 USD, which is roughly 0.2 and 0.15 Million in Pakistan and Indian currency. There is also 1 disadvantage of this USB stick is that its so easy to lose, like forgotten in computer lab, or accidently drop from pocket, etc. So, it need so much care too.
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Hannah Jones

Author & Editor

From Skopje, Macedonia, Also works as Software Quality Assurance.


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