Reviews and Problems with Kingston DataTraveler SE9 (DTSE9H)
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ILT, Office Depot
4 weeks ago
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 bought the 32 gb drive, and that one has lasted for a long time now! but this one has lasted for only a few months after acting faulty and deleting files all the time! I formatted, re-booted and did all the works on it to try and rid it of it's problems, but to no avail. then suddenly it's GUTS came out, and has stopped working all together...obviously. I think it's a hit-or-miss...for a 64 gb, you'll obviously be using it a lot.
Excerpt: This flash drive is tiny and seems to be sturdy enough to keep on a keychain. It's nice having it handy for incidental use but the transfer rate is too slow to make it useful for moving around large files.
Summary: I thought this would be a great idea to attach to my keychain and have everywhere. This way I wouldn't leave my drive in a computer when using it elsewhere. Went to plug it in today and the storage component that hooks into the USB port is missing. Still looking for it, and all my data. Looking for something else now.
Excerpt: I use these instead of discs to give clients their photo proofs and final photos. Its pretty slow going. But its cheap and small so its hard to argue against it. If you want speed, you have to pay a lot more.
Excerpt: I bought a few of these drives to use as Windows install drives. Using the ATTO Disk benchmark I found that formatting the drives as NTFS 8192bytes was most efficient for the size of the files I was using.The drive peaked at a sustained 18MB per second read and a measley 4-6MB write.
Pros: Capless, Small, Sturdy Chassis
Cons: Have To Shove It Into Usb, Super Slow Write Speed, Tolerances Off