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Kingston IronKey D300 and D300 Managed USB drives rock 256-bit AES encryption

Kingston IronKey D300 and D300 Managed USB drives rock 256-bit AES encryption

Kingston Digital has unveiled a pair of new flash drives that aim at the user who needs a drive that has lots of security to protect the data on it. The new flash drives are the IronKey D300 and D300 Managed encrypted USB flash drives. Both of these drives have advanced levels of encryption including FIPS 140-2 Level 3 certified and featuring 256-bit AES hardware encryption in XTS mode.

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Beyond Ink Pen Review: Stylus, storage, and battery in one

Beyond Ink Pen Review: Stylus, storage, and battery in one

Is there a reviled-to-riches story quite like that of the stylus? Once a mainstay of smartphones, only to be made a laughing-stock by Steve Jobs and then, ironically, rebooted as the Apple Pencil, the humble pen has been on a peripheral rollercoaster. Enter, then, Beyond Ink's take on the stylus, part smartphone peripheral, part James Bond-esque gadget.

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SanDisk outs 128GB Ultra Dual Drive USB Type-C flash drive

SanDisk outs 128GB Ultra Dual Drive USB Type-C flash drive

SanDisk has launched a new flash drive specifically for computers with the USB Type-C port integrated. This new USB port makes it easy to plug your drive in because it can be connected to the PC with either side up thanks to the reversible design. The flash drive has a retractable connector design to keep the connector safe when carried in a pocket.

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SanDisk iXpand Flash Drive launches with flexible Lightning connector

SanDisk iXpand Flash Drive launches with flexible Lightning connector

If Lexar's newly launched microSD Lightning dongle isn't quite to your tastes, SanDisk has launched a similar offering, this one in the form of a thumb drive. The new iXpand Flash Drive refreshes the maker's former iXpand offerings with a new slim, sleek design and a Lightning connector attached to a flexible arm. The drive is available now in capacities ranging from 16GB to 128GB.

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Kingston DataTraveler 2000 Review – Encryption made simple

Kingston DataTraveler 2000 Review – Encryption made simple

Data security and privacy is a pretty hot topic right now. Currently Apple is battling it out with the FBI over whether or not they have to unlock an iPhone. It's nice to know that (at least for now) the data on your phone is relatively safe, if you've added a passcode to it. But not everything important that you carry with you is on your phone. What if you need to carry sensitive information on a flash drive? For that, you need something special, like Kingston's DataTraveler 2000, which I've been using for a little while now.

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SanDisk outs microSD card with 275 MB/s transfers

SanDisk outs microSD card with 275 MB/s transfers

SanDisk has unveiled a new microSD card that it claims to be the fastest storage solution of its kind in the industry. The new memory card is the SanDisk Extreme PRO microSDXC UHS-II card and it is designed specifically for cameras that need high capacity and fast data transfers such as 4k resolution action cameras. The memory card is offered in 64GB and 128GB capacities.

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SanDisk Extreme 510 Portable SSD is secure and water resistant

SanDisk Extreme 510 Portable SSD is secure and water resistant

Business users who want to protect their data from theft and damage due to spills or rain might want to check out the SanDisk Extreme 510 Portable SSD. The SSD is designed to be rugged and is water resistant. It has an IP55 rating for water and dust resistance securing data against spills.

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Canon’s 5DS camera replica is a functional flash drive

Canon’s 5DS camera replica is a functional flash drive

Canon has launched its own miniature DSLR, a scaled replica of the Canon 5DS camera with a removable 'lens' and all the tiny details. The big difference, of course, is that the replica isn't a camera -- it's a flash drive, satisfying your mobile storage needs. Remove the lens, and you’ll have access to the USB connector.

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Samsung’s new USB 3.0 flash drives are ergonomic, classy

Samsung’s new USB 3.0 flash drives are ergonomic, classy

Samsung has announced the launch of a new USB flash drive product lineup. There are a total of three new flash drive designs, each one promised to be ergonomic and, as you can see in the image above, fairly attractive. All three flash drives are USB 3.0 and sport the maker’s NAND flash, and are all compatible with USB 2.0. This is part of Samsung’s effort to increase the branded storage options it offers for consumers, and joins its other existing flash drives, as well as SSDs and more.

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SanDisk debuts Connect Wireless flash drive

SanDisk debuts Connect Wireless flash drive

Flash memory accessory-maker SanDisk has just unveiled its new Connect Wireless Stick, a mobile flash drive that allows seamless file sharing between computers and mobile devices. SanDisk boasts that users can stream content like music and HD video to three mobile devices at a time, while a single charge will allow streaming to a single device for up to 4.5 hours. The SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick comes in capacities of 16GB, 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB, and pairs with accompanying apps for iOS and Android.

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USB 3.0 Dram Disk uses free PC RAM to up data speed

USB 3.0 Dram Disk uses free PC RAM to up data speed

Sometimes the few minutes it can take a flash driver to transfer large files from the PC to the drive so you can take them with you on the road seems like an eternity. USB 3.0 flash drives increased the speed at which these file transfers can be performed but if you are looking for even more speed the new Super Talent Dram Disk claims some impressive performance.

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Kingston microDuo 3C USB-C Review – One drive, Two plugs

Kingston microDuo 3C USB-C Review – One drive, Two plugs

One day the tech world will have embraced the USB-C connector - until then, we’re reliant on devices like Kingston’s DataTraveler microDuo 3C USB Flash drive to bridge old and new. The double-sided thumb drive sandwiches between 16GB and 64GB of storage in-between a pair of plugs: a regular USB 3.1 on one end, and a USB-C 3.1 on the other. As a new MacBook user, I’m understandably curious about anything that works around the ultraportable’s notorious lack of ports: read on for my review.

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