Kingston 3.2 Gen-2 DataTraveler Max Series USB-A Flash Drive
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Includes 5 Years WarrantyProduct # DTMAXA/256GB
Product # DTMAXA/512GB
Product # DTMAXA/1TB


The Kingston DataTraveler® Max is a USB-A flash drive which leverage the latest USB 3.2 Gen 2 standard to deliver record-breaking read/write speeds up to 1, 000/900MB/s. Designed with portability and convenience in mind, the unique ridged casing protects the connector when not in use and is easily moved with a single motion.


This flash drive delivers premium performance and expanded capacities up to 1TB making them the ideal solution for transferring and storing large digital files such as HD photos, 4K/8K videos, music and more.


Kingston DataTraveler®;
Max Features:



USB-A Flash Drive
Unique Design
Dual Option for Connectivity
Unique Ridged Casing with Keyring Loop
Interface: USB 3.2 Gen 2
Speed: Up to 1, 000MB/s read, 900MB/s write
Operating Temperature: 0? C~60? C
Storage Temperature: -20? C~85? C




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Specifications

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General




Capacities
256GB, 512GB, 1TB


Speed
Up to 1, 000MB/s Read, 900MB/s Write


Dimensions
91.17 mm x 22.00 mm x 9.02 mm


Weight
14g


Operating Temperature
0? C to 60? C


Storage Temperature
-20? C to 85? C



Compatible with
Windows? 11, 10, 8.1, macOS? (v. 10.14. x +), Linux (v. 2.6. x +), Chrome OS?








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