Reviews and Problems with Kingston DataTraveler SE9 (DTSE9H)
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Pretty little thing
Feargal, B&H Photo
1 week ago
Excerpt: There is a point at which a USB stick just becomes too small, and this is IMHO right at that point perfectly: it's tiny, but easy to get a grip of, and easy to connect to a keyring / other larger object so you don't lose it. Best stick I ever bought, form factor wise. As for transfer speeds, if anything a bit fast for usb2 so there's a bonus. Lovely little thing.
Excerpt: Slim and small just like the description. Works great. The only thing i would change is it does not have any type of cover over it so i am always afraid something will get inside and damage it.
Summary: I have decided to backup ALL my data on Flash Drives for instant portability. The Kingston Digital Data Traveler, with its data media encased in a steel jacket, provides for added security. Great product and a super price.
Excerpt: I like the open ring design to more easily insert and remove, nothing breakable here. Kingston may be among the cheapest thumbdrives on the market - but I've owned several for the past 7 years, and never had a complaint about any of them. I still own and use all of them from time to time.
Pros: Fast, Increases Speed, Large Capacity, Reliable Performance
Excerpt: This Kingston usb drive is perfect for a key chain. Believe it or not, I accidentally went swimming with my keys and the usb drive in the pocket of my shorts. I thought I damaged it for sure, but low and behold it still worked! It has been a year since and still going strong!