Fountain Valley, Calif. — Flash-memory firm Kingston Technology will ship 16GB versions of its DataTraveler 400 and 100 USB flash drives to dealers this month.
The higher-capacity drives (added to product families announced earlier in the year) will also be joined by a new product family: DT101.
DT101 drives will include SecureTraveler software, which lets users create a password-protected portion of the drive. They will be sold in cyan, pink and yellow colors in 2GB, 4GB and 8GB capacities for $14, $23 and $44, respectively.
The DataTraveler 400 includes software from MigoSync, and the new 16GB drive will retail for $196.
The 16GB DT100 drive will retail for $85.