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Kingston Flashdrives line

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Bangalore, Nov. 17

Kingston Technology Company introduced a new line of USB 2.0 Flash drives - the DataTraveler Secure and DataTraveler Secure - Privacy Edition drives, which it claims are waterproof! These drives offer hardware-based encryption to secure your data.

256-bit Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) hardware-based encryption that enables information to be encrypted and decrypted by authorised users, without the need for special software. The drives are available in capacities up to 4 GB and will be available in January 2007.

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