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Kingston DataTraveler Ultimat  e G2 32GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive - PCSTATS.com Kingston DataTraveler Ultimat e G2 32GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive
Thu, Dec 22 2011 | 6:45PM | Filed under: Memory| PermaLink Posted by: STAFF

Nations rise and nations fall, and from this, patriotism and war arises. Survival is key in conflicts between nations, which reminds me of a saying from a famous US General George S. Patton. He said, War is not meant to be you dying for your country -- it is by making the [enemy] die for his. In the world of technology, companies rival against each other as well. Some claim patents on newly invented technology, while others sue each other for stealing ideas of innovation. Heck, when it comes down to consumer preference for different brands, the same scenario applies. We can evidently see this between Microsoft and Apple fanboys, but only in a more subtle and less violent sense. There is never only one type of technology developed and produced by one sole proprietorship. Hard drives are produced by Western Digital, Seagate, and other companies. The same concept applies to different laptops, desktops, memory, and many other such products. Even between small consumer products, we still have competition on who has the best hardware. To determine who is the best, well, welcome to APH Networks. What we have here at APH Networks today is a lightning fast USB 3.0 flash drive -- namely, the Kingston DataTraveler Ultimate G2 32GB. Back in the day when USB 2.0 flash drives were still kicking around, 8GB of flash drive space was the real deal in quickly transferring files to your friend`s computer. Now, with the Ultimate G2 featuring a USB 3.0 interface and speeds up to 100MB/s and 70MB/s for read and write respectively, how hard can it be to conveniently carry all the data you need in your pocket? Read on to see how `ultimate` the Kingston DataTraveler Ultimate G2 32GB flash drive is!"

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