Kingston DataTraveler 400 and OCZ Rally2 Turbo Review

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Introduction

Most people could not live without their favourite keyboard, mouse or headset but there is one other device which connects with a PC and is essential to daily life for many of us, USB storage. Whether it be for home or office these little devices are always useful and the faster they are, or the higher capacity they have the better. Today we will be taking a look at two high performance flash drives, one aimed purely at speed and the other at security and use on the move, read on to find out which best suits your needs.

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