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Kingston DataTraveler


$20.00 Released October, 2001

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Works as advertised in terms of performance, nothing more/less. Good read/write performance for a budget price level, far outperforms low end products. No bloatware included unlike SanDisk products (U3).

The Cons: Cover can be tight and tough to open. No documentation of any sorts, then again it is a flash drive, intuitive enough for most people. Nowhere to attach the cap when using the drive.

The Kingston DataTraveler is a base model USB flash drive from Kingston’s DataTraveler Series. It works with Windows, Macintosh, and Linux operating systems, but it does not support Windows ReadyBoost.

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It’s meant to be an affordable, convenient, and easy-to-carry solution for users needing to store, carry, or transfer files quickly. It’s in fact no larger than a pocketknife and boasts a read speed of 10MB/sec and write speed of 5MB/sec. Plus the DataTraveler is backed by a 5-year limited warranty from Kingston.

Features

  • Kingston DataTraveler Series
  • Base Model
  • Win/Mac/Linux Compatibility
  • Easy-to-Carry Design
  • 10MB/sec Read Speed
  • 5Mb/sec Write Speed
  • 5-Year Limited Warranty

Specifications

  • Speed: 10MB/sec read, 5MB/sec write
  • Compatibility (File Transfer): Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2000
  • Compatibility (File Transfer): Mac OS X v.10.3.x+
  • Compatibility (File Transfer): Linux v.2.6.x+

Model Options

  • DTI/2GB | 2GB Flash Drive – Lime
  • DTI/4GB | 4GB Flash Drive – Purple
  • DTI/8GB | 8GB Flash Drive – Black
  • DTI/16GB | 16GB Flash Drive – Dark Red
  • DTI/32GB | 32GB Flash Drive – Orange

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Pros
  • 1

    Works as advertised in terms of performance, nothing more/less

  • 1

    Good read/write performance for a budget price level, far outperforms low end products

  • 1

    No bloatware included unlike SanDisk products (U3)

  • 1

    Good capacity capacity for the price, a good capacity to price ratio like budget products, but with better reliability

  • 1

    Long 5 year warranty like Kingston's other flash memory products

Cons
  • 1

    Cover can be tight and tough to open

  • 1

    No documentation of any sorts, then again it is a flash drive, intuitive enough for most people

  • 1

    Nowhere to attach the cap when using the drive

  • 1

    Exterior is built from cheap plastics, can break easily if not taken care of

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