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Kingston Technology releases Kingston DataTreveler Mini Fun

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Kingston Technology Company Inc., the world's largest independent manufacturer of memory products, has released the Kingston DataTreveler Mini Fun, the latest addition to Kingston's family of DataTraveler USB Flash drives that boast the industry's smallest footprint for ultimate transportability.  

Measuring 19 millimetres tall x 38 millimetres wide – the approximate size of a local postage stamp – the Kingston DataTraveler USB Flash drive is available in a variety of colours and capacities of up to 1 Gigabyte.  

Kingston's DataTraveler Mini Fun drives come pre-loaded with Big Fish Games' Atlantis and Magic Vines gamer software.  

Atlantis is a game that takes the user on a trip to the 19th century, where as the head of a team of explorers on a classified mission, they must unlock the secrets of the long-lost city throughout 81 challenging levels. Magic Vines is a puzzle game, where users must travel the jungles and plains of the world, exploring each location by solving a series of increasingly difficult puzzle boards. 

Atlantis and Magic Vines are available in seven languages – English, French, Spanish, German, Korean, Japanese and Simplified Chinese. Each drive includes a 'Quick Start Guide' that will instruct the user on how to install and launch the games on their computer. 

System requirements for Atlantis include a Pentium II 400MHz or faster processor, 128MB of RAM, and a video card capable of 800x600 3D acceleration. Magic Vines requires a Microsoft Windows 98 or higher operating system, Pentium II 400MHz or faster processor, and 64MB of RAM.   

The Kingston DataTraveler Mini Fun is available from Kingston'sAustralian distributors, Simms International, Ingram Micro, Synnex and Avnet. The Kingston DataTraveler Mini Fun is backed by a five-year warranty plus Kingston's legendary service and support.
 

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