Reviews and Problems with Kingston DataTraveler SE9 (DTSE9H)
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Handy design, good price
Ron Perkins, Amazon
3 days ago
Summary: Good deal for the money, very handy design for using with keychains. We had no problem with any of them, using them to create bootable Win8/Server 2012 installers and emergency recovery bootable external drives. I only wish they had a switch to prevent erasure/writing.
Pros: Small extremely durable drive. Metal ring stays on keys nicely. I've got five of these things and I use them everyday. I use the 32GB for installation media: All versions of Windows, Ubuntu, Centos, and storage with Installations of Office
Cons: Pocket lint can be a problem. Secent speed, could be faster. Hoping for a 3.0 variant
Summary: I bought the metal flash drive because of its perceived durability and small size. It is 1 1/2" long and only extends about an inch from my USB port which is a plus. The smaller the better. USB 3.0 wasn't available which I would have rather purchased. I can copy the entire solid state drive on my Chromebook for back up or I would have bought the 32 gb version rather than the 16 gb flash drive. I'm very happy with my purchase.
Summary: Bought this because of the sturdy metal frame and sleek profile. Holds up well when attached to a keychain unlike the many plastic ones I have broken. Write speed is pretty average. Next one I get will be USB3.0 but for the price this was overall a good value.