Summary: I own 3 of these Kingston DataTraveler flash drives purchased 1, 2 and 4 years ago, and they have all been very reliable with quick transfer speeds. I use them daily for storing precious family photos and have never had a problem with any of them.
Summary: Definitely not the cheapest USB storage, but definitely one of the best. Fantastic build quality, with the weight to match. The software is easy to use, and all my data is hardware encrypted, away from the inadvertent danger of getting into the wrong hands. Speed is acceptable, but it is definitely a step up from the Sandisk and Toshiba drives I used previously. I won't be going back unless they lift their game. Well done Kingston.
Summary: This was a super value at what I paid per GB on sale, which is the only reason I bought one this large. If you look at it though you are getting the same storage capacity with this as half of a 250 GB solid state drive and more than enough space for the backup of most people's private documents, etc. but not all potential movies and videos.
Summary: A really nice drive. Very solid, heavy feel to it. Can't say enough about how it feels. The drive is fast and so far have not had any problems with it. Also, the cap snaps on very secure. Unlike someone of the other drives where the cap does not stay on, this one snaps in place and wont accidentally come out. The encryption works great too. Very good design Kingston!
Excerpt: There are times when I need to take information from my camera for easy access by my clients and in other cases when I need access at a different computer and place. The file transfer from my new Mac Pro is dramatic. Unfortunately it's not that when when using my older laptop or when used with other computers I need to work with. That has nothing to do with the Kingston since a 2.0 interface doesn't turn into 3.0. Kingston has my vote for going into the future.