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Data transfer on the go - Kingston Technology have released the 8Gb DataTraveler II Plus – Migo Edition, allowing for large data storage and transfer.

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Press Release: Kingston 8gb DataTraveller II Plus - Migo Edition

Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, today announced its release of the 8Gb DataTraveler II Plus – Migo Edition USB Flash drive. The robust capacity, along with data synchronization software from Migo makes this the perfect solution for business professionals and consumers who need to share, store and transport large quantities of data.

Migo software gives users the freedom to work on multiple PCs in different locations, using the contents of their own desktop’s email, internet settings, favourites, cookies and history, plus files and folders. Upon return to the user’s host PC, Migo synchronizes the files and settings to keep data current. The password-protected drive thus allows users to view their desktop and access data on almost any guest PC. The drive’s newest feature, Universal Mail Format, allows users to access email among different clients such as Windows Mail, Outlook, and Outlook Express.

“With the growing number of business professionals and consumers working away from their office and home, the need is greater than ever to securely transport and synchronize large quantities of data,” said Robert Halligan, chief operating officer, Migo Software, Inc. “Kingston’s new 8Gb DataTraveler II Plus – Migo Edition now provides the complete solution of high capacity storage with Migo’s state-of-the-art software to keep the data secure and fully synchronized. Users can work effectively along with the comfort and security of using features from their own desktop everywhere they go,” added Halligan.

“We’re proud to continue working with Migo on this drive, the latest addition to Kingston’s family of DataTravelers,” said Mark Akoubian, Flash memory product manager, Kingston. “Migo’s innovative software and our large capacity drive make for an ideal partnership and a win-win for consumers,” Akoubian added.

All Kingston DataTraveler USB Flash drives are backed by a five-year warranty and Kingston's legendary service and support.

Features and Specifications:

• Capacities – 8Gb

• Migo Supported Clients – Internet Browsers: Microsoft Internet Explorer (5.0 and above), Mozilla Firefox (1.5 and above); Email: Windows Mail, Outlook 2000, 2002, 2003 and 2007 (with POP/SMTP and Exchange server), Outlook Express (5.0 and above), Mozilla Thunderbird (1.5 and above).

• Operating Systems – Microsoft Vista, Windows XP (SP1 and above), and 2000 (SP4)

• Guarantee – Five-year warranty

 



The Kingston DataTraveler II Plus – Migo Edition is avaialble now at a recommended retail price of $ 154.00 (around £77). For more detailed information please visit the Kingston Web site.

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afunkyname
17 Jul 2007 - 12:57 PM

and so what? this country is always the last to get new technology, and its ridiculously expensive. look on ebay, there are 32GB memory sticks selling for under 60 quid

Last Modified By Dave at 17 Jul 2007 - 12:57 PM
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cameracat
cameracat  108575 forum posts Norfolk Island61 Constructive Critique Points
17 Jul 2007 - 2:16 PM

MMMmmm In the specs it states compatible with Vista 3, Is there something your not telling us, I'm still getting ro grips with Vista the original release.......Smile

Oh and no mention of this unit being " Ready Boost " Capable.....Sad Surely at that price it ought to be.......Sad

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