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USB Flash drive with Migo software

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KINGSTON Technology has announced the addition of PowerHouse Technology's Migo software to the compact and portable Kingston DataTraveler II Plus products, making them the most convenient, customisable multi-function USB Flash drives on the market.

Kingston is first to offer Migo software on the DataTraveler II Plus family of USB Flash drives. With the Migo software included, DataTraveler II Plus is an ideal solution for seamlessly turning any Windows-based PC into a personalised workspace, complete with all, or part of the following: Microsoft Outlook e-mail contents; Microsoft Internet Explorer setting; favourites; cookies and history; plus files, folders, applications, icons and more.

"Kingston teamed up with PowerHouse to make DataTraveler II Plus - Migo Edition the easiest and safest way to take your desktop with you everywhere you go - on a device small enough to fit in your pocket or on a keychain," said Keith Hamilton, regional manager for Kingston Technology.

"The DataTraveler II Plus - Migo Edition gives you the freedom and security to work just about anywhere and when you return to your PC, it automatically synchronises your work, keeps versions current, and leaves no trace of your personal data behind."

Kingston's DataTraveler II Plus - Migo Edition is a Hi-Speed USB 2.0 Flash drive designed for both advanced consumers and small to mid-sized business professionals.

Power-users who demand greater capacity plus speed will find DataTraveler II Plus - Migo Edition the fastest in its class with data transfer rates of up to 19MB/sec., read and 13MB/sec., write speeds.

The on-board Migo Meter keeps track of available space for storing files and settings.

Available from Kingston's Australian distributors, Simms International, Ingram Micro and Synnex, DataTraveler II Plus is available in capacities of 256MB, 512MB, 1GB, and 2GB.

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