Kanguru launches largest capacity USB Flash Drive

Kanguru launches largest capacity USB Flash Drive

Kanguru launches largest and fastest USB flash drives on the market.

Kanguru launches the largest data storage capacity USB flash drive. Which come with a physical write protect switch. The Kanguru SS3 now offers a 512GB capacity drive with generous amounts of data storage space. It is also one of the fastest USB flash drives on the market making it ideal for storing tons of music, photos, videos or any other large files to transfer quickly.

Kanguru is a global leader in providing secure hardware encrypted USB solutions, quality portable data storage, fully-integrated secure remote management, duplication equipment and more to organizations and businesses around the world.

Features:

  • SuperSpeed USB 3.0
  • Physical Write-Protect Switch
  • “Ready Boost” Compatible
  • No Admin Privileges Required- Just Plug and Play
  • Simple Driverless Setup
  • High-Strength Aluminum Design
  • Available Capacities: 16GB, 32GB, 64GB, 128GB, 256GB. 512GB

High capacity, quality, and speed with physical write protect switch

The Kanguru SS3 flash drive will come with superb quality, high-speed, and now with the highest capacity.  The addition of the 512GB capacity drive makes the Kanguru SS3 an enormous data storage option for the most copious user. The flash drive housing is made of durable, high-strength aluminum giving it a fine feel for years of long-term use.  The SuperSpeed USB3.0 interface is equally impressive for transferring data at lightning speeds.  It also maintains backward compatibility with USB2.0 so that it can be used on nearly any computer. This great convenient feature provides users with the ability to make the flash drive “read only,” protecting the drive from being written to.  This is a great advantage for protecting data on the drive from accidental overwriting or deleting files, or to use on a computer that might be suspected of containing a virus. When the user is ready to write to the flash drive, they can simply flip the physical write protect switch back to read/write mode.