Reviews and Problems with Kingston DataTraveler HyperX 3.0 DTHX30
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Sometimes I think I'm transferring data on my computer, ...
unsure but confident, Amazon
2 May 2015
Summary: Sometimes I think I'm transferring data on my computer, sometimes I forget that I was transferring something. Its that fast and expensive to match. The cap is not reversible for some odd reason and it makes a noise when shaken (doesn't feel right)
Summary: I use this thumb drive heavily on the job. I've owned other brands and none of them have survived- a couple even with normal use. Brands I thought should have known better. I can't have that at work.
Pros: Above all- Reliable. Durable Large enough for now Fast enough for now ;D
Cons: Fat Form Factor- can't get into tight places. Pricey- but I needed something I could count on above all consideration. Still, for this price it should have the best of all worlds as much as possible.
Summary: This drive is plugged in to the back of my CISC linksys E4200 WiFi router. It holds my itunes library (over 100 CDs plus music bought from Apple Itunes) and makes it available to my Sonos music system. It works just fine !
Summary: I know for fact that this same drive will be worth much less than its current cost in less than a year, so I feel ripped off already. That said, it's a fantastic drive with blazing fast speeds. One improvement would be to make it more durable in high temperatures and making it water proof.
Summary: I purchased this flash drive to go with my new HP Envy 15, which has USB 3.0. This video review goes over the build quality and the speeds I got using several different testing methods. Watch the video for the specifics.
Summary: worth the price if you need to transfer large files. Can get up to 70-80MB/sec transfer rate. Had difficulty pluggin via USB hub. Had to connect it directly to computer to get it started. After that it started to work on the USB hub (could be my windows 7 pro or my McAfee anti virus; not sure).