Summary: I had a chance to see one of these little cuties the other day. In fact, I also saw its soon-to-arrive big brother, the 1Tb version. My daughter and I have been obsessively watching Doctor Who recently and the only way I can think to explain this little silver box of awesomeness is that it's like a TARDIS. It's a completely different size on the inside to the outside. And I mean COMPLETELY different. On the outside, it's the size of... well, ummm...
Summary: The 512 Gigabytes available allow rocket-like speeds of transferring Blu-Ray quality high-definition hardcore pornography at blinding speeds, especially if you've installed USB 3.0 ports into your computer! The drive's external case is resistant to all the forms of lubricant, skin moisturizer, lotions and soaps it has come into contact to, provided you keep the port clean.
Summary: It's fast, it has a large capacity. But the only problem I found is the size of it. it is very wide and also thick. So if you have 2 USB's stacked right beside each other I literally can't plug it in unless I unplug the other one. That's my only problem with it.
Summary: I order this item based on the claim, I could use it as a ready boost drive. It works on my older laptop, but not my newer primary laptop. Other than that, it works ok as a high capacity flash drive.
Excerpt: On the lookout for a flash drive that not only offers ample storage but also great performance? If so, Kingston’s DT HyperX 3.0 is well worth a look. It’s available in 64GB – 256GB flavors and offers performance of 225MB/s read and 135MB/s write. So let’s take it for a spin and see how it fares to the previously-reviewed DT Ultimate 3.0.
Summary: I transfer a lot of data regularly from multiple computers so I was looking to replace my 32gig Sandisk that I've had for quite a while now. What a difference! I also own a HyperX SSD, which works great, so when I was looking for a faster USB stick, I was delighted to discover they had a HyperX USB 3.0 stick. I went from 3-5 mbps transfers to anywhere from 130 to 150, and apparently even up to 160 mbps!
Summary: PROS: 80-150MBs transfer speeds on the fly is nice No stupid bloat ware, or hidden back up drive with silly partition/backup software is on the drive. Nice blue LED tell you it's working. it's kind of fat however which can make the device a challenge when trying to insert it into certain devices (ie: back of an xbox), but you can always purchase a USB extender for those circumstances. USB 3 rated extendors go for about 5 bucks at my local computer store...