Kingston 8GB Locker USB Flash Drive For $10 After Rebate + Free Shipping, More

Posted: Sep 18 2010, 6:42pm CDT | by , in Shopping | Hardware & Peripherals


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Buy This Now On Amazon offers the Kingston 8GB DataTraveler Locker USB 2.0 Flash Drive, model no. DTL/8GB, for $24.95. This $15 mail-in rebate cuts it to $9.95. With free shipping, that's $1.24/GB, tied with our June mention, and among the lowest total prices we've seen for any 8GB USB flash drive in over a year. (It's also a current price low for this model by $15.) It includes DT Encryptor encryption software for Windows and a 5-year warranty. Rebate ends September 27.

Also available is the the Kingston 4GB DataTraveler Generation 3 USB 2.0 Flash Drive, model no. DTIG3/4GB, for $6.95 plus free shipping ($1.74/GB). That's the lowest total price we could find by a buck.

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