Reviews and Problems with Kingston DataTraveler 200 (DT200)
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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!
Summary: I too wound up with a counterfit version of this DataTraveler 200 that does not work. it allows data to be transfered, and clocks away the memory capacity, then memory doesn't work, often just disapears.
Summary: I've only had it for a short time but as my title says its incredibly faster than my dt100. It took maybe an hour to transfer my data of about 4 Gb's to it, but when I transferred from my PC(came in fat 32 and needed to transfer off for NTFS formatting for file size and naming issues) it took 20...
Summary: Use it to keep the main files on my PC with me when I travel, etc. I keep the data on the encrypted partition you can make with the packaged software. Works great, goes everywhere, works when you plug it in...
Summary: I was a worried about the speed when I bought this because usually larger capacity = slower speed. However, I am very pleased with the speed. It feels about 3-4 times faster than the OCZ Rally 2 32GB flash drive I was using before when writing and overwriting files and about 1.5 to 2 times faster...
How long does it take to back up 128 GB using a USB flash drive
2 September 2009
Summary: Here are some quick numbers for anyone thinking about backing up a hard drive using a 128 GB flash drive hooked up to a USB 2 or USB 1 port. Projected time to backup 128 GB of data given a consistent 10/MB sec rate (10/MB read/write according to Kingston website): 128,000 MB * 10MB/second...