Launched earlier this year in partnership with DJI, a leading UAV maker, Seagate’s new hard drive for DJI drones has flown into Australian availability at last.
There are now four USB charging and data standards — 1.0, 2.0, 3.0, and 3.1 — and each means different things in terms of power delivery, data transfer speeds, fast charge support, and cable types.
Kingston has released its DataTraveler, a 32GB USB, a collector’s item replete with a rose gold laser cut rooster and USB 3.1 extreme speeds, to mark the Chinese Year of the Rooster.
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