Summary: As a security supervisor, I have a LOT of files to transport. This little drive is the best mobile file cabinet you could ask for. I modify and change things, quite often and this little drive has yet to corrupt a single file! I'll most DEFINITELY buy more of these!
Summary: When I first purchased this in 2011, an 8 GB flash drive was considered a lot of storage space, and it was actually on sale for about $16. Today, with the price of flash storage dropping, you can now get this same flash drive for just $5—that's amazing. This particular flash drive is extremely durable, I have accidentally put this drive through the washer and dryer twice, and it's been unaffected.
Summary: These are small enough physically and large enough electronically to be really useful. I keep on or two in my car and another in my pocket when I am out and about so that I can download high count pictures of my grandkids doing goofy things or pulling a PBD documentary off of a hard drive. Kingston USB sticks will stand up to being driven over by a pickup and I have never had one fail to format.
Summary: I have several of these Kingston Data Traveler flash drives. I use them to transport files between business sites and for temporary backups. My experience has been generally good. The drives are solidly constructed, fit snugly in the USB drive slot, and are recognized and accessed without delay. Data transfer is quick enough for my purposes, and I have found the drives to be reliable -- for the most part.
Its a flash drive, no more, no less. Decent speeds
D. L., Amazon
10 October 2013
Summary: Im not one for splitting hairs on read/write speeds on a 2.0 USB drive. I purchased the 4 GB version and used it in my Xbox with zero issues and very good read/write speeds. It seems everyone is in such a hurry nowadays. I understand the need for speed but Im not going to complain about a few seconds difference. This drive is fast enough for me and backs up about 4GB within 5 minutes.