Kingston DataTraveler Max USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-A Flash Drive

Kingston DataTraveler Max USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-A Flash Drive

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Kingston DataTraveler Max Type-A

Fountain Valley, CA—Kingston Digital introduced the Kingston DataTraveler Max Type-A flash drive. Along with the DataTraveler Max USB Type-C model, both drives leverage the latest USB 3.2 Gen 2 standard.

“The DT Max series of USB flash drives offer industry-leading speeds and uncompromised storage space to enable consumers to create and keep up with today’s content demands; now supporting both Type-C and Type-A ports,” said Carissa Blegen, flash product manager, Kingston.

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Kingston DataTraveler Max Type-A

“Introducing a Type-A version of the recording-breaking DT Max series raises the bar; it gives Kingston a more complete line of high-performance solutions in the USB storage category.”

Kingston DataTraveler Max Type-A

The DataTraveler Max series delivers speeds of up to 1,000MB/s read and 900MB/s write. Kingston Digital also designed the DT Max with portability in mind. Moreover, the Type-A DT Max features a merlot and black design with a Type-A connector. The original DT Max features an all-black design with a Type-C connector.

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Kingston DT Max Type-A

In addition, a ridged casing protects the connector when it is not in use. Notably, the drive transfers and stores large digital files such as HD photos, 4K/8K videos and music with top speeds and high capacities up to 1TB. The addition of a keyring loop and LED status indicator makes the drive an option for on-the-go storage.

The DataTraveler Max series is available in capacities from 256GB to 1TB. It is offered with the following suggested retail prices. DataTraveler Max Type-C or Type-A: 256GB, $62.99; 512GB, $105.99; and 1TB, $179.99.

In addition, the drives are backed by a five-year warranty with free technical support.

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