Kingston Technology on Monday introduced the
(DT 100), a new USB thumbdrive that works with the Mac and PCs running Windows and Linux. It’s available in 1GB – 8GB versions starting at $19.
The DT 100 sports a “capless” design. The USB connector actually retracts into the DataTraveler’s casing, and is revealed using a “thumb-action” slide on the side.
It’s plug and play compatible with Mac OS X v10.x and later.
The DT 100 comes in 1GB, 2GB, 4GB and 8GB capacities for $19, $32, $59 and $116 respectively.