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Kingston DataTraveler urDrive – Beyond just a USB drive! Win one with giveaway!


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Kingston has brought the thumb drive to a whole new level with the Kingston Technology DataTraveler urDrive.

A thumb drive, a USB drive, flash drive…whatever you have called it, it has been what we have all relied on since the day the 3 ¼ inch discs started to bite the dust in the early 2000s.  These drives are typically removable and rewriteable and are a lifesaver for anyone on the go….Smart Moms, that’s you!

A thumb drive can be your personal backup “filing” system.  You can easily import/copy files from your computer to your drive and then easily bring your files to another location. Fantastic for moms, but with the exception of larger memory, the drive hasn’t had a major enhancement until the advent of the Kingston Technology DataTraveler urDrive.

Kingston has brought the thumb drive to a whole new level.  The urDrive by Kingston Technology maintains the portability of writing and rewriting files in a size of a pinky device, but now includes a dashboard to immediately launch a web browser, sites such as Facebook, Twitter & YouTube, even a kid-friendly web browser of Fooz Kids and more!

Why does a Smart Mom need this?

Many reasons.  We all recognize the importance of a portable drive.  We have learned to depend on its reliability to hold the backups of our necessary files.  But that’s when the capabilities of a flash drive previously ended. Now a Smart Mom can launch her urDrive on another computer, and immediately launch a web browser.  No more fiddling through the computer trying to get the browser and its million extensions to load.  Secondly, our children can have access to a safe Internet environment no matter where we are when the For Kids is launched. Now loading Facebook at a non-secure computer got safer, as you will be using your own browser through the urDrive and won’t leave a trace behind.  Want to hear your favorite tunes when using your mom’s computer or through a USB readable music device, well the urDrive can hold your entire music collection.

How does a Smart Mom use it?

Beyond a basic registration with urDrive when you 1st launch the drive, this USB drive functions as a traditional drive would with the additional dashboard that is perfectly user-friendly. Yes, it’s that easy! This all in one device will become what you expect from portable drives.  It’s way beyond just a storage system.

Not sure what to get that teenager, college student or friend for their birthday or the holidays?  The Kingston Digital DataTraveler
makes a perfect gift!

Giveaway – Win 5 urDrives!

Winner Announced:  Grrr 

Ready to have one for yourself?!  I’m offering 1 lucky readers 5 Kingston Technology Data Traveler urDrive!

To enter the giveaway, share how you have relied on a USB drive.

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Giveaway ends at 11:59 PM EST on Sunday, November 20. Winner will be announced soon thereafter and will have 48 hours to confirm acceptance of prize or forfeit winning.

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Product will only be mailed within the 48 continental states.  Please provide contact information in entry.  If no contact info is provided it automatically disqualifies your entry. Winner selected by Random.org.

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31 comments

  1. Kathy 22 November, 2011 at 17:47 Reply

    “Grrrr” and “john d” are the same person. He has been spamming giveaways like this one all over the place. Just a heads up.

  2. Grr 23 November, 2011 at 22:51 Reply

    Thanks admin.
    I appreciate ur response.

    No, i’m not the other person/bot/etc “john d” mentioned here.
    Feel free to check my twitter/facebook, as it would clearly indicate that I’m not a fake person. Moreover, I do software reviews myself at Technology blogs.

    Here is my tweet for today:
    http://twitter.com/#!/GrrGrrr/status/139551057490608128

    Have a Happy Thanksgiving.

    PS: sorry for late reply, but I come online at this time only.

    Thanks, Grr

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