Kingston DataTraveler microDuo 32GB USB Flash Drive
18 July 2014
Conclusion: The answer to the question posed in the introduction is not a clear cut response. Kingston is once again good at making the DataTraveler microDuo 32GB into a slim, small, but solid USB flash drive. The sleek and subtle looks are very nice, and the entire item just feels very solidly built. While I would not go stomping on the drive to test its durability, this small item can definitely take a few drops without worry of breaking anything.
Kingston DataTraveler Generation 3 G3 32GB USB Drive Review
26 May 2013
Conclusion: So there you have it tested against two other USB drives, the OCZ drive is rather old and the Kingston is the generation before and this G3 shows some rather slow read and write speeds overall. Normally you expect to see larger drives running slower, but here it isn’t the case obviously. The Kingston G3 is meant to be very portable and it is, it’s very small and lightweight making it easy to take with you.
Excerpt: USB capacity wars are raging hot. Now memory giant Kingston has upped the ante, introducing the 8 GB DataTraveler Secure Privacy Edition. The drive is dark grey with black rubber piping for grip; it will weather dusty Indian conditions with ease. The cap fits snugly—no surprise, since the drive is supposed to be waterproof up to a depth of 4 metres.