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Kingston DataTraveler 102

$60.00 Released July, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Read/write speeds are good and consistent. Uses a basic plug-and-play interface, no software needed.

The Cons:Cap is hard to remove. Clear plastic case comes off far too easily. Doesn't mount consistently, needs to be reinserted a few times to connect (on both PC and Mac).

The Kingston DataTraveler 102 is a USB 2.0 flash drive available in 2GB - 32GB capacities and a range of colors including red, neon yellow, blue, white and black. This might be considered a step up from the DataTraveler 101, with double the maximum capacity and more color choices as well.

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Speed remains the same as with that series however, with a max read speed of 10MB/sec and max write speed of 5MB/sec listed for the 16GB and 32GB versions. One feature that some might think is a step down from the 101 series is the fact that these drives a have a removeable cap which can be easily lost, while the 101's have an attached metal swivel plate to protect the USB connector. The Data Traveler 102 comes with a five year warranty and is compatible with Windows Vista and Mac OS X v.10.3.x+.


  • Capacities – 2GB, 4GB, 8GB, 16GB, 32GB
  • Speed – 16GB & 32GB: 10MB/sec. read and 5MB/sec. write
  • Dimensions – 2.19" x 0.82" x 0.45" (55.62mm x 20.82mm x 11.43mm)
  • Operating Temperature – 0° to 60°C / 32° to 140°F
  • Storage Temperature – -20° - 85°C / -4° to 185°F
  • Customization - Co-Logo program available, white casing with black cap
  • Convenient – Pocket-sized for easy transportability
  • Simple – Just plug into a USB port
  • Guaranteed – Five-year warranty
  • Fashionable – Available in 2GB Red, 4GB Neon Yellow, 8GB Blue, 16GB White, 32GB Black

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    read/write speeds are good and consistent

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    uses a basic plug-and-play interface, no software needed

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    cap is hard to remove

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    clear plastic case comes off far too easily

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    doesn't mount consistently, needs to be reinserted a few times to connect (on both PC and Mac)

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    connector is flimsy, if any pressure is applied while in someone's pocket it tends to bend down at an angle

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    drive itself is a little thick, difficult to fit when USB drives are stacked close to each other

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