Kingston Technology Releases the DataTraveler 400 Flash Drive

Kingston Technology Company has announced the release of the DataTraveler 400 (DT400), a new USB Flash drive preloaded with MigoSync data synchronization software from Migo Software, that allows users to work among multiple PCs by directly synchronizing files, email and Internet browser settings onto the drive. Available in capacities up to 8GB, the DT400 with MigoSync software helps users navigate between systems. In addition to standard file synchronization, MigoSync also comes with Universal Mail Format, which enables a user to access email on a guest PC, even when it does not support the user's primary email application for formats including Windows Mail, Outlook, Outlook Express or Lotus Notes. The drive's built-in SecureTraveler software allows the creation of a 'Privacy Zone', whereby a user creates and maintains a password-protected area of the drive to keep data safe.

Kingston DataTraveler 400 USB Drive Features and Specifications:
- Capacities: 2GB, 4GB, 8GB;
- Dimensions: 2.57″ x 0.71″ x 0.41″ (65.4mm x 18.0mm x 10.4mm);
- Speed: data transfer rates of up to 20MB/sec. read and 10MB/sec.write;
- Enhanced: for Windows ReadyBoost on Vista-based systems;
- Operating Temperature: 32 F to 140 F (0 C to 60 C);
- Storage Temperature: -4 F to 185 F (-20 C 85 C);
- Easy: plug and play;
- Compliant: designed to Hi-speed USB 2.0 specifications;
- Practical: Capless design means no cap to lose;
- Multifunctional: preloaded with MigoSync data synchronization software;
- MigoSync Supported Email Clients: Microsoft Outlook Express (5.0 and 6.0), Outlook 2000 (and above) with POP3/SMTP and Exchange Server, Windows Mail, Mozilla Thunderbird (1.5 and 2.0), Lotus Notes (6.5 and 7.0 with POP3/SMTP and Domino);
- MigoSync Supported Internet Browsers: Internet Explorer (5.0 7.0) and Mozilla Firefox (1.5 and 2.0);
- Safeguarded: includes SecureTraveler security software for Windows;
- Flexible: Migo operating language in English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Russian, Thai, Portuguese and Dutch.

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