Kingston Presents Their Year of the Dog USB Drive

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January 16, 2018

To celebrate the upcoming Lunar New Year, Kingston announces The Year of the Dog USB drive, the latest addition to its DataTraveler Chinese Zodiac USB drive lineup. Build with metallic hue and a lovely puppy face with durable rubber, the Year of the Dog USB drive features superior quality in an adorable design, which makes it a wonderful gift for the delightful season.

Kingston DataTraveler Chinese Zodiac USB drive lineup has been one of the most popular products among personal collections and gift selections over the years. In 2018, the lovely Dog USB drive features USB 3.1 interface, delivering incredible performance to save time when transferring videos, photos and other large files.

With a capacity of 32GB,* the Year of the Dog USB drive is shipped now and backed by a 5-year warranty, free technical support, and legendary Kingston reliability.

Kingston Year of the Dog USB Limited Edition Features & Specifications:

  • Dimensions: 20mm x 37mm x 12mm
  • Compliant: USB 3.1
  • Capacity: 32GB
  • OS Compatibility: Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7(SP1), Mac OS (v.10.7.x+), Linux (v.2.6+), Chrome OS
  • Part Number: DTCNY18/32GB
  • Warranty / Support: 5-year warranty with free technical support
  • MSRP: PHP 1,499
  • Selling channels: Lazada, Villman, Davao Futurebright, Game One
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