Kingston Launches Pocket-Sized XS2000 Portable SSD and DataTraveler Max Flash Drive


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Kingston Technology has just unveiled the launch of the XS2000 and DataTraveler Max (DT Max) in the Philippines. The former is a pocket-sized USB Type-C SSD drive, while the latter is a high-performance flash drive that uses USB Type-C as well and can be used as extended storage for the PS5.

Kingston XS2000 Portable SSD

The XS2000 delivers transfer speeds of up to 2,000MB/s offering enhanced productivity. It is available of up to 2TB capacities to offload and edit high-res images, 8K videos, and large documents in a flash, transferring up to 400HD photos per second, and more. The drive includes a removable ruggedized sleeve and an IP55 rating for water and dust resistance.

“XS2000 is purpose-built with the ultimate combination of high performance and high capacity to keep up with the content demands of consumers around the world,” said Kingston. “Plus the compact size, similar to a key fob, and added durability make this the ideal drive to keep productivity flowing for the everyday content creator to prosumer and corporate professional.”

Kingston DataTraveler Max

The DT Max, on the other hand, delivers up to 1,000 MB/s read and 900MB/s write to make it one of the fastest USB drives on the market. It is designed with portability and convenience in mind. The drive has a unique ridged casing that protects the connector when it is not in use and easily is moved. It is available with capacities of up to 1TB.

The XS2000 is available in capacities 500GB to 2TB, while the DataTraveler Max comes in capacities 256GB to 1TB. Both products come with a five-year warranty and will be soon available in Kingston’s official stores in Lazada and Shopee.

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