Reviews and Problems with Kingston DataTraveler 200 (DT200)
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Knock off. Did not work.
Jason A. Cole "Infinyty99", Amazon
17 March 2015
Summary: Knock off product. Did not work. No memory was in the actual stick. It acted like a real data stick, but when copying it did not work. After removing the chipboard, it was determined that a dummy was placed in the main device and sold as a real item. Beware!!!
Been running with Kingston pc memory as well as that brand's flash drive for several years now and never ended up having a bad s
David H., Amazon
8 December 2014
Summary: Makes for an ideal Stocking Stuffer for some friend with latops! Been running with Kingston pc memory as well as that brand's flash drive for several years now and never ended up having a bad stick! Have DDR3 Hyper X memory in the present two desktop builds!
This review is from: Kingston DataTraveler 200 - 128 GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive DT200/128GB (Black) (Personal Computers)
17 October 2011
Summary: Mine failed within the first day. I don't want them to replace it but if this happens all the time they need to take it off the market. When I told them there's important data on the drive that I couldn't get to, the response was, "sorry about that. just send it back and we will replace it.
Summary: They sent a different color and the black that goes around the end where you would attach it to something immmediately fell off and the hole is not big enough to put a key ring through, other than that it works well.
Conclusion: If large data storage transfer is required and constantly needed then getting a USB 3.0 media reader is definitely a must item provided the system is already equipped with USB 3.0 or else getting a USB 3.0 PCI card (for desktop) or USB 3.0 Express card (for notebook) is not a bad idea since these...
Pros: + USB 3.0 technology, + Multiple flash memory cards are supported, + SDXC is supported, + Awesome Kingston logo to show its activities, + Slim & light weight
Summary: Although the packaging for this product was flawless in terms of identity, I'm fairly certain it is a knock-off. I own exactly the same memory key by Kingston and needed another. The first indicator was that the key mounted upside down with respect to my current one.