New Kingston Mobility Kit Helps Users Navigate Multiple Digital Platforms

— August 06, 2007

PRESS RELEASE

Kingston Launches Mobility Kit

New microSD Card+USB Reader, Adapter Pack
Ideal for Mobile Consumers, Resellers

Fountain Valley, CA -- (August 6, 2007) -- Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, today announced it is releasing an all-in-one Mobility Kit that includes a microSD card with dual adapters and a USB card
reader to give mobile consumers handy storage access when using SD- and USB-compatible digital devices.

Available immediately in a 1GB card configuration, with a 2GB version to follow, the Kingston® Mobility Kit provides a single card solution for mobile phones, digital cameras, media players and more using a microSD card as the centerpiece combined with miniSD and full-size Secure Digital(TM) (SD) card adapters plus a USB reader.

"With our Mobility Kit at their fingertips, consumers can store their entire mobile life – photos, songs, text messages, video clips, and contact info on the microSD card and then work with it seamlessly across multiple device platforms,” said Wendy Lecot, Flash memory marketing manager, Kingston. "The combined convenience of miniSD and full-size SD adapters and USB reader lets users easily convert their cards to navigate between mobile phones, PCs, and other digital devices,” added Lecot.

Available with a stylish black USB reader in the 1GB kit and a red reader for the 2GB version, the Mobility Kit also includes a keyloop to hang from a cell phone, providing a one bundle solution to complement any mobile lifestyle. In addition to offering consumers a single mobile accessory investment, the new Mobility Kit also provides a win-win to retailers and distributors with fewer SKUs to stock.

Kingston Mobility Kit Specs
Part Number   Product Description  MSRP (U.S. only)
MBLY/1GBKR  1GB Mobility Kit  $27.00
MBLY/2GBKR  2GB Mobility Kit  $pending
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Peggy Kelly
The Duplex for Kingston
714.438.1813
peggy_kelly@kingston.com

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