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Kingston DataTraveler 150
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Kingston DataTraveler 150

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Overall 8

Kingston DataTraveler 150 (32GB)

PC Magazine
30 April 2009
  • Conclusion: Priced at just $60, the Kingston DataTraveler 150 offers the most bang for your buck among the 32GB USB flash drives we've tested.
  • Pros: Inexpensive for a 32GB drive. High performance.
  • Cons: No lanyard or carrying pouch. Just large enough to block a second USB port.
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Overall 8

Kingston DataTraveler 150 32GB USB Flash Drive Review

1 February 2009
  • Summary: Is the Kingston DataTraveler 150 particularly exceptional in any way? No, not particularly. It's a no-nonsense USB flash drive for people who want a reliable source of portable memory.
  • Pros: Plenty of storage capacity, No frills, no gimmicks, Reliable data transfer speeds, Solid construction
  • Cons: No extra software or encryption, Peach? Seriously?, Casing has some give, could break, Could have been physically smaller
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Overall 9

A fast and reasonably priced flash drive.

Good Gear Guide.au
1 May 2009
  • Summary: The Kingston DataTraveler 150 (64GB) is big, fast and relatively cheap. You'll need to decide whether or not you're comfortable storing this much data on an unencrypted drive, but apart from that it's a great USB flash drive.
  • Pros: 64GB of storage, fast transfer speeds, low cost per gigabyte
  • Cons: No encryption software included
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