Ok, but I wish they had kept the design from the 2.0 version.
Christopher L, Amazon
22 November 2014
Summary: Absolutely LOVE this drive. I had the USB 2.0 version of it and loved that as well... However I miss my 2.0 version for these reasons: Key loop: on this version it feels like an afterthought. The last version made it blend in and sit flush with my keys Construction: I realize concessions have to be made for speed, but it's a bummer nonetheless. The metal (or plastic?) on this isn't what it used to be. No problems so far but it just feels a little less sturdy.
Summary: I just want to add my 2 cents on this device. This design is beyond all reproach. This is excellent no lip around the connector. I don't understand why the rest of these devices has to have a lip around the usb connector. Kingston got it right. Plus it looks sleek easy to handle. I just can't stop hyping the design. Especially since it is perfectly made for the PS4. I store my music on it and most importantly IT WORKS. It is small and inconspicuous. This device is great.
Summary: I use DTM30 as a bootable device in a Lenovo X240 running Ubuntu 14.04 I formated it as a ext4 bootable partition and installed Linux Deepen. All is going well, but the device becomes hotter with intensive data transfer. Windows 8 prevents total freedom in the use of usb bootable devices. It takes control of the booting process and perhaps this makes some users of DTM30 unhappy with Kyngston. If you need freedom, use Linux.
Summary: Pros: 1.) Small (Allow other devices to be plugged beside it) 2.) Aluminum casing 3.) Capless...I've lost soo many USB caps... Cons: 1.) Despite it being advertised as a 32GB, mine is 29GB. I Would not mind it atleast had 31GB, but rounding 29GB to 32GB is a but too much for me. 2.)It's a USB 3.0, but only transfers files from computer to it below 10mb/s. I have another USB 3.0 and it can average more than 10mb/s...But I guess this is what I get for buying a $16.00 USB.