DataTraveler 410 Product Features and Specifications: Capacities1: 4GB, 8GB, 16GB, 32GB Dimensions: 2.58" x 0.71" x 0.41" (65.76mm x 17.98mm x 10.7mm) Fast2: data transfer rates of up to 20MB/sec. read and 20MB/sec. write 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 Practical: capless swivel design protects USB connector; no cap to lose Guaranteed: five-year warranty Sa[censored]uarded3: includes SecureTraveler security software for Windows Enhanced4: for Windows ReadyBoost™ on Vista-based systems
DataTraveler 410 Product Features and Specifications:
how disappointing...and here I thought they released a USB 3.0 stick. I think I will pass.
as long as USB 2.0 has been on the market... plus with all the advances in SSD technology... you'd think these things would be a lot faster...they have the potential of 480Mbps... but they are only hitting 160...
I have the Kingston DataTraveler 112 4GB and its speed is alright, but nothing to write home about. Sometimes it seems especially slow. Twice as fast as that would be welcome.
Yeah, I too wonder if USB 3.0 will be relevant for USB data sticks.
>> I too wonder if USB 3.0 will be relevant for USB data sticks.
Hmmm... How long before someone makes a rechargeable 802.11n wireless NAS in thumbdrive form? Imagine a thumbdrive you don't even need to remove from your pocket.
Can someone direct me to the patent office?
Lol, the 802.11n wireless NAS in your pocket would require a battery pack. Not worth the trouble.
USB 3.0 will change the landscape, though the speeds would be limited by other factors such as the PCIe. How soon till we see a USB 3.0 drive.
Once the sticks got bigger than 4GB, USB 2.0 really started to show its age.
Yeah it's starting to look like USB 3.0 will be a long time coming. I have a few 8GB PNY thumb drives and it took some time to rip my windows 7 iso to the drive.
>> the 802.11n wireless NAS in your pocket would require a battery pack.
Not once they get this wireless recharging technology to work at a greater distance.
Yeah, who wants in my IPO *now*? Lol....