Kingston Technology Unveil Two New Flash Memory Based Products

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Kingston Technology have released the new DataTraveler Mini Fun USB Flash Drive and CompactFlash Ultimate Cards preloaded with Ontrack EasyRecovery Professional software.

Kingston’s Data Traveler Mini Fun is the smallest storage gadget currently available in the industry – the equivalent size of two postage stamps! It comes preloaded with Atlantis and Magic Vines gaming software and is available in a variety of colours and in a range of capacities up to 1GB

Aimed at professional and advanced amateur photographers, the new CompactFlash Ultimate Cards feature Ontrack EasyRecovery software providing data recovery capabilities for lost digital photographs. Additionally, Kingston Technology have increased the write speed from 100x to 133x on its 2-GB and 4-GB Ultimate cards and a new 8-GB capacity card, with a write speed of 133x to its Flash Memory line.

Feel free to discuss this new release in our forum

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26-09-2006, 03:50:04

I must admit that I'm more than a little dubious of RAM having any association with fire, or any hardware for that matter. What do you think of CFD beating other manufacturers to the punch with its release of DDR2-1200? Feel free to comment

Link to the [B]article[/B]

26-09-2006, 07:36:51

those things look sweeet =P love the name *firesticks*

26-09-2006, 07:38:49

Looks hawt.

Reviewers, jump in to action! :rocker:

26-09-2006, 10:18:46

WC Annihilus
Ah, if you look in the left-hand side of the pic of the RAM itself, you'll notice the name Buffalo, which is actually a fairly well established memory (among other things) company. Firestix is their extreme line. Buffalo Site, Firestix page Interesting how this set isn't on their website though

Edit: Interesting, it looks like CFD is the base company in Japan with Buffalo being a subsidiary

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